Working Around Or Near Oil And Gas Facilities Can Be Dangerous

In West Virginia and Ohio, oil and gas production continues to rise. Many of your family and friends probably know someone who works in or around these facilities.

While the industry is a big economic contributor to our community and a source of livelihood for many, the work is much more dangerous than a typical job. Workers need to be especially careful and vigilant for the safety of themselves and others. Often times, these job sites have multiple subcontractors handling different tasks and they do not carefully coordinate with the other companies on the site resulting in mistakes that leave workers seriously injured or even killed.

Nevertheless, mistakes are made, and accidents at these facilities occur more often than you would think. A person could suffer severe burns or other catastrophic injuries from another's errors. With these injuries come extreme medical costs, long recovery times and irreversible changes to a person's livelihood.

Why We Fight For You

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury, you may be entitled to compensation. We at Gellner Law Offices in Wheeling, West Virginia, are ready to represent you. Our attorney, Gregory A. Gellner, has been practicing for over 30 years, and has won many settlements.

While winning compensation will certainly aid you and your family as you pay for medical expenses and lost wages, we understand that there is more reason to fight. You are seeking justice for wrongdoing and for the pain and suffering these injuries have caused. Gellner Law Offices are always on your side, and we will fight for the justice you deserve.

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Whether you have suffered an amputation or a severe chemical burn, or your family has experienced a wrongful death from oil and gas injuries or accidents, you need a lawyer to help you through. Gellner Law Offices has the experience, compassion and dedication needed to represent you from start to finish. We are not afraid to go to trial. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation by calling 304-242-2900 or sending an email.