Created in the state of Texas in 2002, Palace Operating Company focuses on offshore oil exploration and production.
Accidents Among Palace Operating Employees
Accident report summaries involving Palace Operating Company oil rigs are as follows:
- During an inspection, it was determined that a Surface Safety Valve was locked open using a fusible Sem cap which left the valve inoperative. In cases of emergency, the valve would not have operated properly. Each year, chemical leaks causes a large number of explosions and fires at offshore oil rigs that endanger the lives of workers. Another reason for this type of accident is poor maintenance of machinery or failure to properly correct faulty machinery.
- A worker’s hand became caught in a piece of machinery. These accidents are very common as are accidents in which workers are struck by flying objects.
- A water vehicle collided with an oil rig. Vehicles involving boats and helicopters that collide with oil rigs due to choppy waves and rainy weather that makes it hard for operators to see.
Understanding The Deadly Nature of Asbestos
A number of companies have been aware of asbestos and its harmful effects since the 1930’s. Continued and prolonged exposure to asbestos has the potential to result in one of several deadly conditions and can seriously change the lives of workers.
Speak with an Experienced Oil Rig Lawyer
If you are injured in a Texas oil rig accident, you are likely facing large medical bills and crippling injuries that can make it difficult to return to how life was before the accident. A knowledgeable oil rig accident lawyer at our law office can help fight for the compensation that you deserve.