Oil, Gas & Mining Accident Attorneys in Wyoming

Pursuing Justice on Behalf of Injured Workers & Their Families

While all workers are subject to a certain amount of risk while on the job, individuals in the gas, oil, and mining industries face certain workplace hazards that other workers do not. Industrial plants and mines pose serious dangerous to both employees and contractors due to the nature of the job, frequent use of heavy machinery, and other factors. While certain laws have been put in place in order to protect workers, accidents do still occur. When these accidents are the result of negligence, employees and their families have every right to hold the liable parties responsible. At The Spence Law Firm, we have years of experience helping clients with all types of workplace accidents, including oil, gas, and mining accidents. Our team of trained trial lawyers will work to recover the full, fair compensation you are owed and will pursue permanent changes to make workplaces safer across the nation. If you need an oil, gas, or mining accident attorney in Wyoming or throughout the nation, you can rely on us.

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Causes of Oil, Gas & Mining Accidents

Like any workplace, oil fields, mines, and gas plants pose certain dangers for employees at these sites. However, because of the relatively dangerous nature of these types of jobs, workers often face more severe injuries and a higher risk of fatality than workers in other industries. Though safety standards are set in place by OSHA in order to protect oil, gas, and mine workers, these standards are not always followed. Negligence on the part of the company owners, site managers, equipment manufacturers, and others can lead to serious accidents, catastrophic injuries, and death.

Some common causes of oil, gas, and mining accidents that can be attributed to negligence include:

  • Improper or inadequate training
  • Faulty or defective equipment
  • Unsafe working conditions
  • Failure to follow safety regulations
  • Encouragement of unsafe practices
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals

All too often, mining, oil, and gas companies put profits ahead of safety, encouraging workers to take shortcuts that can result in disastrous consequences. When this is the case, it's important that you have the help of a skilled Wyoming oil, gas, and mining accident lawyer on your side who can stand up to these large companies and corporations for you. At The Spence Law Firm, we have been helping clients with industrial and work accident claims for years, giving us the necessary experience, skills, and resources to aggressively advocate for your rights.

How Our Firm Can Help

If you or a loved one has been harmed in an oil, gas, or mining accident, you can trust The Spence Law Firm for top-rate representation and compassionate guidance every step of the way.

We have helped individuals and their families with an array of oil, gas, and mining accidents, including:

  • A contract worker who suffered severe burns while cleaning at a gas refining plant
  • The family members of a miner who was killed in the rail switching yard at a trona mine
  • The family of a drilling rig worker who was killed in an accident caused by an intoxicated driller

Filing a claim after an oil, gas, or mining accident can be a lengthy and complex process; our experienced attorneys know the process and can help you complete the necessary steps in filing your claim. In every case, we seek the maximum compensation you are owed as we fight for justice on your behalf.

Need an oil, gas, or mining accident attorney in Wyoming or throughout the U.S.? Contact The Spence Law Firm for a free consultation.

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