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Chemical Plant Injury Lawyer

Industrial Accidents: Los Angeles & Nationwide

Chemical manufacturing plants are subject to many laws and regulations to ensure the safety of their employees and the public. Whenever these safety rules are violated, or someone at the plant otherwise makes a mistake, catastrophic accidents can occur. Chemical plants are prone to fires, explosions, and gas leaks leading to harmful chemical exposure. Burns, amputation, organ damage, and any other number of serious injuries may result.

The Morris Law Firm pursues chemical plant accident claims with your needs in mind. If you or a loved one was injured in or near a chemical plant after an explosion, fire, or chemical leak, we have the legal resources and years of experience to help you recover. Our Southern California-based attorney will negotiate with plant operators, defective product manufacturers, general contractors, insurance companies, and any other parties who may owe you compensation for your injuries. If we don’t get you the settlement offer you deserve, we’ll take your case all the way through trial. Our job is to make sure you get the compensation you deserve for the harm you have suffered.

Common Chemical Plant Accidents and Injuries

If you work at a manufacturing plant, a refinery, or any other sort of chemical plant, you are exposed to several hazards every day. The same applies to any civilians who live or commute nearby chemical plants. Any misstep can lead to a serious accident, causing untold property damage, injury, and possible death.

Between hazardous chemicals, complicated machinery, and heavy equipment, any number of accidents or incidents may occur, including:

  • Plant explosion
  • Fire
  • Hazardous chemical exposure
  • Chemical, smoke, or toxic fume inhalation
  • Slip and fall
  • Electrocution
  • Malfunctioning equipment
  • Suffocation
  • Stuck in-between heavy objects or machinery
  • Struck by falling or flying objects

Talk to a seasoned chemical plant injury lawyer after your plant accident to help you build a case for compensation. The chemical plant accident attorney at Morris Law Firm will conduct an investigation and determine how you were hurt, who was responsible, and how to hold them liable for the damage they caused you.

Recovering Compensation After a Chemical Plant Injury

If you’ve been hurt at or near a chemical refinery or manufacturing plant in California, you have the right to seek compensation. If you were injured on the job, you are entitled to workers’ compensation. If your accident was caused by someone outside of your work–such as an equipment manufacturer or contractor–you may have an additional claim for damages as well. Civilians harmed by chemical plant accidents can seek damages from the plant owner or operator as well as other responsible parties.

At Morris Law Firm, we help victims of chemical plant accidents recover compensation for all of the harm they have suffered, including:

  • Medical bills to date
  • Anticipated future medical costs, including costs for treatments, nursing care, physical therapy, medication, and prosthetics
  • Income lost during recovery
  • Loss of future earning capacity due to temporary or permanent disability
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of life enjoyment
  • Disfigurement
  • Disability
  • Wrongful death

Call Morris Law Firm Today for Help Pursuing a Southern California Chemical Plant Accident Claim

We understand there are many ways you can be injured at a chemical plant and that each case is unique. Contact our Los Angeles chemical plant injury attorney today to evaluate your industrial accident claim. Morris Law Firm will give you an individualized evaluation and help you figure out your legal rights and next steps.

Call us today at 747-283-1144 for a fast response or fill out our online contact form to schedule your free consultation.

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