Industrial / Explosion Accidents

Louisville Lawyer for Industrial / Explosion Accidents

Representation for Kentucky’s Injured Workers

At the Justice Law Office, we advocate for injured workers all across Kentucky and help them take a stand against injustice. Our team strongly believes in protecting the rights of injured workers and helping them seek fair compensation under the law.

If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in an industrial site explosion or while on the job, don't hesitate to call our Louisville personal injury lawyer to discuss your legal options for compensation.

Tough Attorney Advocating for Those Injured in Plant / Refinery Explosions

The Justice Law Office has recovered millions of dollars for clients, including more than $3 million in the last year alone. We’re the team to call when you need a fighting chance.

When a client with a complicated case comes to our office, we take the time to understand the full details of their case and the challenges they face. Every case that we accept receives the highest levels of care, focus, and attention. We go the extra mile to make sure that our clients not only get the results they need, but also a positive client experience.

Why Do Industrial Accidents Occur?

Industrial sites such as refinery plants contain miles of pipework and house dangerous machinery that can cause serious accidents. While there are safety laws that regulate these work sites, accidents are far too common - and for reasons that are often preventable.

Most common causes of industrial accidents are:

  • Defective machinery
  • Faulty work equipment
  • Poor training of employees and machine operators
  • Lack of supervision
  • Dangerous work environments and compliance with safety standards
  • Lack of maintenance

Explosions, toxic exposures, and crush injuries are examples of common injuries of industrial workers. The reality is that many industrial site accidents do not have to occur if supervisors and workers followed the strict safety regulations put in place by the government.

OSHA Violations in Industrial Explosion Cases

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal agency that is responsible for issuing safety guidelines that protect workers from accidents and harm in the workplace.

The OSHA has many strict requirements for workplaces, including:

  • Regular maintenance and inspection of industrial equipment
  • Standards for training employee on operating equipment
  • Protection for workers (face, eye, head protections)
  • Protocol for communicating hazards

We find that in some industrial accident cases, there were clear patterns of OSHA violations. This is an unfortunate trend that plagues industrial workplaces nationwide, and the United States is no exception.

Why the Justice Law Office Is the Team to Call

We have the experience, resources, and knowledge of many aspects of industrial accident claims, including:

Our team can help you build up your case and prepare for trial early on. Our Louisville personal injury lawyers have been able to help hundreds of individuals throughout Kentucky receive compensation for their injuries.

MILLIONS RECOVERED FOR OUR CLIENTS

  • $500,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $384,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $234,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $225,000.00
    AUTO COLLISION
  • $200,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $195,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $165,000
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $160,000
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $155,000.00
    WORKERS' COMPENSATION
  • $150,000.00
    AUTO COLLISION
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