Category: Oil Field Accidents

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Rural Firefighters Rely on Each Other to Fight Oil Field Fires

Our law firm is filing lawsuits for people who were injured or died in an oil field accident, explosion, or fire.

Quinton Gas Rig Explosion Lawsuits Filed for 5 Deaths

Patterson-UTI Had Safety Violations Before Quinton Rig Explosion

The drilling company involved in a rig explosion in Quinton, Oklahoma that killed 5 men has a long history of safety violations and deaths.

Lawsuit Filed for Worker Killed in Gas Rig Explosion

Autopsies show that the 5 men who died in a natural gas rig explosion near Quinton, Oklahoma, died of burns and smoke inhalation.

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Oil Refinery Explosion Injures 20 in Wisconsin

At least 20 people were injured when a tank containing crude oil and asphalt exploded at an oil refinery in Wisconsin.

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Quinton Gas Rig Explosion Lawsuits Filed for 5 Deaths

Lawsuits have been filed on behalf of all 5 men who died in the Patterson 219 gas rig explosion on January 22 near Quinton, Oklahoma.

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Oil Rig Explosion in Wewoka, Oklahoma Injures 2 Workers

Two workers were injured when an oil rig caught on fire and exploded in Wewoka, Oklahoma near Highway 56.

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Texas Oil & Gas Worker Injury Lawyer

Business is booming in the oil & gas industry, but some workers pay the price with their lives. The dangerous mix of machinery and explosive fuel has led to thousands of injuries and deaths.

EPA Links Fracking Wells to Earthquakes in North Texas

August 25, 2016 — The EPA believes there is a "significant possibility" that North Texas earthquake activity is associated with wastewater disposal wells from fracking, according to The Texas Tribune. The 61-page report (PDF) recommends "close monitoring" of wastewater disposal...

Justice Department Investigates Santa Barbara Oil Spill

August 11, 2015 -- Plains All-American Pipeline, the Texas-based operator of a pipeline that spilled about 150,000 gallons of oil near Santa Barbara, is now under investigation by federal, state, and local authorities. According to a regulatory filing (PDF), the...

Santa Barbara Oil Spill May Be Larger Than Estimated

August 5, 2015 -- Over two months after an oil spill fouled beaches in Santa Barbara, California, the operator of the pipeline said the spill may have been 40% larger than they originally estimated. Plains All-American Pipeline estimated that the...