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What is Oilfield Defective Equipment?

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Oilfield defective machinery and oilfield defective equipment is a devastating and preventable cause of oilfield injuries. Oilfield equipment is considered defective when it fails or malfunctions due to machinery defect, as opposed to negligence.

If you or someone you love was injured by oilfield defective equipment in Texas or New Mexico, then you may be entitled to a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer of the equipment. Contact our skilled oilfield defective equipment attorneys for a free consultation to get the help you need.

A Work Injury Lawyer from  Sloan Firm wants to share the most common causes of oilfield equipment failure:

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  • Insufficient safety inspections
  • Defective Design
  • Corrosion
  • Poor Welding
  • Mental Fatigue
  • Inadequate Training

Preventive Tips From OSHA:

Defective equipment can lead to painful oilfield injuries. Here are some tips from The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) on preventing these tragic accidents:

  • Understand the hazards
  • Communicate hazards
  • Establish Protective Procedures
  • Stock and Provide PPE for Oilfield Workers
  • Establish High-Quality Training Processes
  • Train Oilfield Workers
  • Maintain A Safe Working Environment

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Liability for Oilfield Defective Equipment Accidents:

Oilfield defective machinery accidents are devastating and preventable, often caused by the negligence of training protocols or adequate manufacturing. Since oilfield defective equipment carries inherent safety risks, the oil industry is legally required to follow strict training protocols and regulations. The purpose of these strict training protocols is to protect workers’ health and ensure a safe working environment on the oilfield or any other related job site.

The sad truth of the matter: these training methods are usually insufficient and poorly executed due to various factors. When strict regulations and training protocols get ignored, the results are irreconcilably catastrophic: severe injuries or the loss of an innocent life. A knowledgeable work injury lawyer at Sloan Firm in Texas or New Mexico can fight on your behalf. Contact us today to begin your claim process.

Important Questions in Oilfield Defective Equipment Cases:

These are the issues our oilfield defective equipment attorneys at Sloan Firm review:

  • Who is at fault? An experienced work injury lawyer will inform you of all the possible defendants, which may include: partners, contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and site owners. Anyone can be liable.
  • What type of defective equipment claim? Possible claims include product liability, violation of warranty and negligence.
  • What type of worker claim? Common claims that apply to oilfield worker injuries include worker’s compensation, class action lawsuits, and personal injury claims.

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