Toxic Exposure

Chemical Plant Accident Attorneys

Fighting for Those Harmed by Chemical Exposers

 

When plant managers and owners don’t provide proper training or protective equipment for injured employees or subcontractors, workers get injured, and Ferguson & Ferguson holds them accountable. Our Alabama plant accident attorneys have represented injured plant workers for over 30 years.

Often times our clients do not even know what chemical caused their  injuries. All you know is you or a loved one has died or is facing life-time of pain and suffering and medical bills. Our firm can fight for you to get you the best medical treatment, lost income, and compensation you deserve.

What Causes Most Plant & Refinery Accidents?

Usually plant accidents are caused by lack of maintenance, training or experience. Cost-cutting is often a contributing factor in the accident.

Can I File a Wrongful Death Case After a Chemical Accident?

Yes, If you lost someone you love in a plant or chemical accident, you can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Alabama.

Who Is Liable for a Chemical Plant Accident?

Usually the plant owner or a subcontractor is responsible for the accident. The owners set safety policies, maintenance schedules, and control the subcontractors. They also control funding for maintenance, safety equipment, and other disaster-prevention measures. If there’s an accident, it’s almost always because an employee at the plant was not properly trained or failed to fall the proper safety procedures. a higher-up at the company made a decision to cut corners or limit maintenance costs. In either case, our firm can hold the plant or employer accountable for your plant accident.

Were You Injured in a Chemical Plant Accident?

Employees of chemical plants in Decatur, Alabama are placed in danger on a daily basis. There are inherent risks of working around dangerous chemicals. Most accident are preventable, and usually caused by negligent or careless behavior of the plant management. If you were injured or if someone you love was killed, the time to act is now.

At Ferguson & Ferguson, we have recovered tens of millions of dollars for our clients. If you would like to talk to a Alabama chemical plant accident lawyer about your situation, contact us today. Call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200. We will make sure you receive the compensation you deserve including: for medical costs, lost wages, lowered earnings, pain and suffering, and all future damages.