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​​​​​​​​​Law Office of James Zier P.C.

Pearland Personal Injury Attorney

(281) 485-3377​​

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Pearland, Texas 77584

Refinery Accident

In Texas, oil refinery explosions often result in catastrophic injuries. While many lose their life, survivors frequently suffer from things like burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries and the long term effects of inhaling chemical compounds.

When you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a refinery accident, you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible to get the maximum compensation to which you are legally entitled.

Refinery fires and
gas explosions result in complex cases that demand careful investigation and a thorough understanding of the industry and the federal and state regulations that govern the industry. Pearland accident attorney James Zier has the knowledge and skill to help establish liability and get injury victims the compensation they need and deserve.

Contact Our Pearland, Texas Oil Refinery Explosion Lawyer

James Zier understands the nuances of refinery accidents and is committed to helping victims and their families recover compensation for the negligence of others. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or you have lost someone you love to a
wrongful death resulting from a refinery accident, contact us to learn more about your legal options.

Call (281) 485-3377 to speak with Pearland refinery accident attorney James Zier. He will personally travel to your home or hospital to meet with you and your family. 

Pearland Refinery Accident Lawyer

Gas Explosions and Refinery Fires

Refineries, chemical plants, and petrochemical plants are inherently dangerous places. While strict safety regulations are in place to protect workers from injury, accidents still happen due to things like safety code violations, faulty equipment, improper maintenance, unsafe repairs, insufficient training, inadequate supervision, and operator error.