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New Orleans, LA – Two Dead, One Injured After Oil Rig Accident In Gulf Of Mexico

By Louisiana Accident News

New Orleans, LA (June 30, 2019) – A local news source confirmed that two people died and another sustained injuries during a lifeboat test at an oil rig on Sunday, June 30, 2019. According to an updated report, crews on the oil rig (located 214 offshore in the Gulf of Mexico) had been conducting a […]

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Baton Rouge, LA – Warehouse Fire at 1700 Monte Sano Ave Ends in Injury

By Louisiana Accident News

Baton Rouge, LA (June 15, 2019) – Officials from the Baton Rouge Fire Department are currently investigating a warehouse fire that took place on the 1700 block of Monte Sano Ave. Authorities confirm that one individual was present inside Community Bible Church Warehouse at the time of the fire. The warehouse caught on fire on […]

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Sorrento, LA – 5 Injured in Accident at Exxon Plant at US-61 and LA-10

By Louisiana Accident News

Sorrento, LA (June 9, 2019) – The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that workers were injured at the Exxon plant in Sorrento, LA. Officials were on the scene just past 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 6th. 5 workers were injured when a believed tornado struck a salt dome at the plant. It was later […]

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Sixteen NYC Construction Worker Deaths Leads Workers to Rally for Safety at City Hall

By Clifford Tucker

On December 10, 2015, thousands of New York City construction workers from every trade (iron workers, lathers, painters, carpenters, teamsters, laborers etc.) gathered in the narrows near Beekman Street and Nassau Street to rally for job safety.   Cops marked a rally route with crowd control metal gates but the mass of hard hats is […]

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Attorney Chris J. Day Convinces First Circuit to Reverse Trial Court Opinion

By Chris Day

In an opinion handed down Friday, the First Circuit Court of Appeal unanimously overturned the decision of a Workers’ Compensation judge dismissing a claim brought by the descendants of a worker killed while working at a Georgia Pacific plant in August of 2013.  The employee’s children made a workers’ compensation claim for death benefits in […]

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Top US Attorney Discusses Bremerton Washington Gas Explosion

By Bryan Fisher

Bryan Fisher, Top US Attorney Discusses Bremerton Washington Gas Explosion Nationally recognized injury lawyer, Bryan Fisher, was reached for comment the Bremerton Washington gas explosion.  Fisher has plenty of expertise on the subject, having  secured a jury verdict in excess of $15,000,000.00 in a gas leak case.   Here are his comments on the Bremerton Washington […]

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Reserve Residents Claim Grain Elevator Making Them Sick

By Chris Day

Residents of Reserve, Louisiana are upset about a grain elevator in the area that they say is sending dust into their neighborhoods and homes.  The residents say the dust has destroyed their property values and quality of life, causing them to have asthma, sinus infections, and other respiratory problems.     The grain elevator in question […]

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Smoke Billows Near Lake Charles after Plant “incident”

By Chris Day

WESTLAKE- A fire at the Axiall refinery west of Lake Charles has been extinguished and sources tell WBRZ News 2 some plant workers are headed back into the facility about an hour and a half after an incident forced evacuations and a shelter in place. Company spokesperson Patricia Prebula said there was a fire at […]

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Worker Injured in Platform Explosion Sues Over Disfiguring Burns

By Chris Day

GALVESTON, Tx. –  A Filipino worker who was severely burned in a deadly explosion on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico last year is suing the platform's owner and operator. Lawyers for Renato Dominguez filed the suit against Houston-based Black Elk Energy LLC in a county court in Galveston, Texas, on Oct. 16. […]

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UPDATE-Texas A&M Equestrian Center Collapse Injures at Least Four

By Bryan Fisher

Four workers have been injured — three critically — when a portion of the Texas A&M equine center under construction on the west side of the campus collapsed.   Between 25 and 30 workers were on the scene in the 3500 block of F&B Road near FM 2818 at the time of the collapse, according […]

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