Rig Moving Injuries
Moving a rig is a dangerous job that requires skill and understanding of the process to ensure that it is completed safely. Failure on behalf of any individual involved in the moving process could result in a disaster. Because there are a number of components and operators needed to rig up or rig down, it is important that each person involved take the utmost care to communicate properly and operate their machinery safely. If you were injured during the moving of a rig, you may be entitled to receive compensation. Immediately following an accident, you should contact a North Dakota big rig and oil rig lawyer from our team to discuss your injuries.
At Lenahan Law Firm, we can fully review your case and determine who is liable for your injuries. We can investigate witness statements, medical findings, and insurance claims and gather as much evidence as possible to prove liability. Our firm is not afraid to pursue damages through settlement or verdict, and we can work diligently to protect your rights. Moving rigs is not a simple job, and the machinery and products used to move rigs are heavy and potentially dangerous. If you were injured during the transport or any predrilling or drilling operation, you need to contact Lenahan Law Firm to pursue compensation.
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At our firm, we are proud to offer extensive experience helping clients obtain the monetary compensation that they deserve after injury-cause incidents. We know that, for oil field workers, time away from the job site could be financially difficult. When you work with our team, we can develop a personalized strategy to help ensure that your rights are protected and help you obtain compensation for your medical expenses and lost income from time off work. If you are interested in learning more about your eligibility to file for a personal injury lawsuit or wrongful death claim following an accident, do not hesitate to contact Lenahan Law Firm right away. Get started by completing a free case evaluation form now.