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According to American work laws, Industrial Accidents can be defined as occurrences within an industrial establishment that cause bodily injuries to a person, making them unfit to return to their duties within an immediate time period. Contrary to what popular belief might suggest, “industrial accidents” are not restricted to professions commonly regarded as dangerous (such as mining, oil rigging or industrial manufacturing), and these can unfortunately occur in any line of work. Although industrial and construction accidents are occasionally caused by employer negligence especially in “risky” environments involving the following:
To make matters more complex, liability can also be attributed to equipment manufacturers, vendors, or other third parties. Figuring out the best legal way to allocate responsibility for an industrial accident is one of the most important tasks an industrial accident attorney can perform on behalf of its clients, and that is what our firm is here to do for you.
No matter how big your accident, we are here to help you recover
While employers commonly provide workers’ compensation insurance, workers’ compensation may not be enough to cover injuries caused by industrial accidents. Depending on the gravity of your accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain, suffering, and any other damages caused by an industrial accident caused by the negligence of a third or contracted party, and this is where our team comes in.
With over 38 years of litigation experience and the added benefit of being run by a lawyer with training in both biology and chemistry at one of the top scientific research institutions in the world, our firm will handle every aspect of your case with professionalism and care for your wellbeing. Contact us today.
A no-nonsense technician; a grinder’s mentality. Mr. McCorquodale handles trials and appeals. Sandy has been bringing his unique combination of experience, skill, humor, and attitude to clients here in Texas for more than 35 years with a core belief that a straightforward, honest analysis and execution will always trump over tough talk and empty promises.
He represents clients throughout Texas in lawsuits involving personal injuries, wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, financial disputes, insurance coverage, lawyers’ professional liability, accounting malpractice, contract claims, employment claims, hurricane claims, workers’ compensation claims, explosion claims, fraud and misrepresentation, fiduciary liability under ERISA, securities fraud, directors’ and officers’ liability, claims under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, franchisor- franchisee litigation and other matters. He represents clients in individual lawsuits, mass action lawsuits and class action lawsuits. He handles lawsuits in state and federal courts across the State of Texas and before the Division of Workers’ Compensation.