Worker Burned in East Texas Explosion

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 6-Jan-2012

A 19-year-old man was seriously injured in a workplace accident in Morris County, Texas, when a barrel filled with fuel exploded in an area that was not well ventilated.

Reports said the man was burning the fuel when his clothing caught on fire. He endured serious second and third degree burns as a result of the workplace explosion in East Texas, officials said.

The man, who has not yet been identified by police, was transported to a Dallas hospital via helicopter for the treatment of his burn injuries caused by the explosion accident.

While workplace injuries often result in worker’s compensation claims, there are multiple options available to employees who have been injured at work while performing their duties.

In addition to worker’s compensation, some injured workers may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturers of a faulty piece of equipment that caused an injury or compensation resulting from the negligence of a fellow employee or employer. In addition, poor training or lacking protective equipment may have provoked a serious accident that may have resulted in lost work and struggles with finances.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured or killed in an accident at work, call our workplace injury attorneys in Austin, San Antonio, Killeen and statewide Texas at 888-335-7492, contact our personal injury lawyers online or visit one of the 11 office locations for our work accident lawyers in Texas for a free consultation today.

Our experienced lawyers, professional medical consultants, investigative team and caring staff will help you uncover answers to some of the questions tied to your serious accident or the fatal accident of a loved one while seeking fair compensation for your injuries, loss of work or death of a family member. We care. We can help.


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