Oil Field Accidents Lawyer
in Austin, TX

Seeking Compensation For Injured Oil Field Workers

No matter how much pressure there is to move the product to market, there is no excuse for oil companies to neglect appropriate safety precautions. Companies that fail to take these precautions are needlessly endangering oil field workers and deserve to be held accountable.

At Leonard B. Gabbay, P.C. we are committed to pursuing full compensation for workers who have been seriously injured on oil fields. Austin oil rig accident attorney Leonard B. Gabbay has the experience and understanding to aggressively protect our clients’ rights.

Fighting to Hold the Responsible Parties Legally Accountable

If you have suffered serious injuries in an accident that happened while you were working on an oil field, you may be entitled to pursue a personal injury claim for money damages, above and beyond any benefits you might receive from the workers’ compensation system.

If our firm handles your case, we will work diligently to identify all of your options for getting the full and fair compensation you deserve for the harm that has been done to you.

We will carefully investigate the events that led up to your accident to determine whether any person or company failed to follow safety measures. We will also obtain and review inspection reports to determine whether anyone knew about defective equipment and failed to repair it.

We handle cases throughout Texas, including cases arising from accidents in the Eagle Ford Shale Formation. We are committed to standing up for the rights of workers involved in exploration and drilling in and around this area, including Pleasanton, Floresville, Gonzales, Cuero, Yoakum, Eagle Pass, Laredo and San Antonio.

Contact a Texas Oil Field Accident Attorney Today

If you have been injured in a fire, explosion or any other accident on an oil rig, or if a loved one has died in an oil field accident, do not hesitate to contact us at 512-472-0404 or by e-mail to arrange a free consultation with our experienced Austin lawyer Leonard B. Gabbay.