Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Dallas, Energy Resource Technology GOM focuses on providing offshore oil and gas exploration and production services. In 2013, the company became a subsidiary of Talos Production LLC.
The Risk Presented for Energy Resource Technology Workers
There have been several accidents that have occurred at Energy Resource Technology that have resulted in work injuries and fatalities. Some of these events include:
- A helicopter pilot who crashed into the Gulf of Mexico and broke his ribs.
- A bow thruster that failed and as a result caught two workers on a rig between a hose and a cat walk. One of the workers had both legs fractured.
- A worker who received burns to his arms, face, and legs due to a flash fire that occurred near an oil pump.
- A worker was assisting in moving a bundle of pipe when the worker became caught between the bundle and a rack post. The worker was killed at the scene.
How Asbestos Can Harm Worker at Energy Resource Technology
Asbestos is a material that has been established to result in fatal illnesses like asbestosis and mesothelioma due to frequent and prolonged exposure.
Even though various federal and state laws are in place to prevent the placement of asbestos in structures, there is still a risk that oil rig workers might be at danger of being exposed to exposed that is still in older buildings and has not yet been removed.
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Each year, the lives of numerous oil rig workers are disrupted by accidents that occur. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed due to an oil rig accident, our legal counsel will remain committed to fighting for the compensation that you deserve. Contact our law office to take steps to make sure that your case resolves in a positive manner.