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From West Texas to the Gulf Coast, Texas is packed with industrial plants that employ thousands of workers. These plants usually contain flammable chemicals and gases that are either being manufactured or stored for usage. Unfortunately, whether by negligent acts or failure to follow safety regulations, tragic, deadly events such as fires and explosions can happen when they are least expected. The results can be catastrophic, from personal injuries to death to contamination from leaking chemicals.
Just this year, the town of West, Texas suffered a devastating fertilizer plant explosion that killed many and destroyed much of the town. Click here to read more about the West fertilizer plant explosion.
Serious work injuries and deaths can result from an explosion at such industrial plants. Frequently these explosions are found to be the result of negligence on the part of the employer due to subpar management, improper training, defective equipment, or poor maintenance practices. If you or a loved one has been has been harmed by a chemical explosion accident at work, it is in your best interest to work with a skilled chemical explosion accident attorney. Contact the workplace injury attorneys at Kirkendall Dwyer LLP for the aggressive and compassionate representation that you need during a difficult time like this.