Blizzard & Nabers

Texas-Based, National Results

Industrial Accidents

Industrial jobs can be dangerous jobs. 4,340 workers in the U.S. died on the job in 2009 alone. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a jobsite accident, or you have lost a family member to a workplace wrongful death, we can help.

 

Many industrial accidents can cause life-changing injuries, such as severe burns, spinal cord injuries, brain damage, and paralysis. Unfortunately, industrial accidents can also be fatal. If you have been injured or lost a family member due to an industrial accident, we can help.

If you’ve been injured in an industrial accident, you may qualify to pursue compensation to cover medical bills, the costs of long-term care, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages.

For over 30 years, the law firm of Blizzard & Nabers has represented people affected by catastrophic injuries or who have lost loved ones to wrongful death. Our firm has successfully taken on some of the largest corporations in the world.  We will fight aggressively to represent our clients and to help them rebuild their lives. Over the years, we’ve helped our clients reach significant and record-setting verdicts and settlements.

We are available to handle a wide range of industrial accident cases, including:

·       Accidents Caused by Defective Equipment

·       Explosions at Oil and Gas Refineries

·       Falls

·       Natural Gas Explosions

·       Pipeline Collapse

·       Toxic Chemical Exposure

Filing Industrial Accident Lawsuits

A significant number of lawsuits are settled out of court. If there is no settlement in your case, it may go to trial. Throughout the entire process, you and your case will still receive personal attention from our attorneys and staff.

If you have been injured or lost a family member due to an industrial accident, the lawyers of Blizzard & Nabers are here to help. For a free case review with an experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorney, contact us by email or call us at 1-800-349-0127. All industrial accident cases are handled on a contingency basis.