Gas Industry Injuries and Fatalities

Gas companies are required to abide by a plethora of safety regulations and laws. When they fail to do so, the results can be tragic. Fires and explosions can injure and kill many people. Other types of accidents — falling objects, equipment accidents, chemical exposure — also pose a threat to workers and bystanders.

If you are a gas industry worker who has been injured on the job, or if you are another individual who has been injured due to the negligence of a gas company, you may be eligible for compensation.

At Bailey, Stultz & Greene P.L.L.C., we represent gas industry workers and others who have been injured in accidents. If you wish to schedule a free consultation to discuss your injuries or the loss of a loved one in a gas-related accident, please contact us online today.

Representing Gas Industry Workers and Others

Our attorneys represent clients throughout north central West Virginia who have been injured in gas-related explosions and accidents.

Gas industry workers — including mechanics, technicians, drillers, field workers, engineers and others — face many risks on the job. One mishap on part of the gas company or a negligent worker can result in serious injuries and even death.

The lawyers at our firm have more than 125 years of collective experience representing injured workers and others injured by negligence. We can investigate your accident and work to determine if the gas company was negligent. You may be eligible for significant compensation to cover all expenses and damages related to your accident. If you have lost a loved one in a fatal gas utility accident, we can help you file a wrongful death claim.

We can also handle your workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims, if applicable.

Contact a Lawyer for Gas-Related Explosion Injuries

If you wish to speak to a lawyer about your injuries, please call us at 304-460-1532. We represent clients in Clarksburg, Morgantown, Fairmont and surrounding communities.

We handle your case, we will do so on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you only owe us money if we successfully obtain compensation on your behalf.