Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Houston, Dynamic Offshore Resources LLC provides natural gas and oil exploration and production services in the Gulf of Mexico. In 2012, Dynamic Offshore Resources was purchased by Sandridge Resources, an Oklahoma Company. In 2012, Dynamic Offshore Resources became a subsidiary of Fieldwood Energy LLC. At this point, Dynamic Offshore Resources merged into the larger company of Fieldwood.
Dangers for Dynamic Offshore Workers
In its time as a company, there were several accident lawsuits brought against Dynamic Offshore Resources.
One lawsuit claimed that a worker was injured during a personnel-basket transfer to a platform on a Dynamic offshore oil rig. Other lawsuits involve workers who received second and third degree burns from flash fires that resulted from faulty wiring in machinery. A third accident case claimed that a worker had become trapped between two pieces of machinery and nearly crushed.
The Hazard of Asbestos for Dynamic Offshore Workers
Asbestos has been established as a very toxic material that can cause one of several fatal medical conditions. For many years, however, a large number of companies used asbestos in a variety of products. As a result, there is still a risk that oil rig workers might be exposed to exposed to asbestos that remains in a building. When offshore oil workers are diagnosed with asbestos related conditions, they frequently face a large number of obstacles including mounting medical bills.
Contact a Texas Oil Rig Accident Attorney Today
When offshore oil rig accidents occur, it is not uncommon for oil rig workers to face mounting debt and crippling physical injuries. Fortunately, an attorney at our law office will remain committed to fighting for the compensation that you deserve. Speak with an attorney at our law office today for assistance in this difficult time.