Petrofac was created in 1981 at a plant in Tyler, Texas with only 25 employees. Today, however, the company retains 13,000 workers and 31 locations. Today, Petrofac is a leading provider of oil and gas production and processing in the country. At the end of 2017, Petrofac acquired an $800 million gas field in Oman.

Accidents Involving Petrofac Workers

Reports of oil rig workers at Petrofac being injured in accidents include:

  • A worker at Petrofac received burns in a flash fire due to equipment that was not properly maintained. This is just one of the many ways in which explosions and fires occur each year at oil rigs.
  • A vehicular accident occurred involving a worker who could not see properly due to adverse weather conditions. These collisions involving boats or helicopters also occur because workers are not properly trained on how to operate the vehicle.

Why Oil Rig Workers Should Be Informed About Asbestos

A large number of companies used asbestos for many years to satisfy a variety of purposes including as insulation, but prolonged and frequent exposure to asbestos has been linked to several diseases such as asbestosis and mesothelioma. Laws have been created to prevent the placement of asbestos in new buildings and structures, but there is still a chance that workers might be harmed due to exposure to asbestos in older buildings.

Speak with an Oil Rig Accident Attorney

There are a number of ways in which oil rig accidents can occur and leave workers facing many obstacles including hefty bills like lost wages and medical costs. If you find yourself facing such a situation, it is important to speak with a knowledgeable attorney who can help you take steps to make sure that your case resolves in a positive manner. Call our law office today.

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