Velma believed she was eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). But the government denied her claim.
Even when she asked for a reconsideration, she couldn’t get what she deserved.
Plaintiff was seriously injured while working for an insulation company at a mid-stream natural gas processing facility. The general contractor failed to ensure all workers were a safe distance away from the area where they were testing the system. Plaintiff was injured when he fell from scaffolding where he was working.
Plaintiff sustained head injury in oil field rig accident. Case settled for $1,000,000
Plaintiff was a derrick hand on an oil drilling well who sustained a serious head injury when a piece of steel fell from the crow’s nest area. The steel had been poorly welded in to place by a third-party welder about a week before it broke away and fell.
Plaintiff was injured after a third-party contractor was operating in an unsafe manner.
Plaintiff, an oil field worker, was injured when another oil field worker dropped an object from atop a drilling rig striking Plaintiff on his head and shoulder. Plaintiff suffered soft tissue injuries to his neck and shoulder incurring $6,500 in medical bills. The case was tried and a verdict rendered for $160,000.