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Williams Hart & Boundas LLP Represents Injured Worker in Fatal East Texas Oilfield Accident

HOUSTON , December 09 /Businesswire/ - Jim Hart, from the law firm Williams Hart & Boundas, has been hired to represent one of the workers severely injured in an accident that occurred on December 5, 2022, at an East Texas oilfield. According to officials, workers in San Augustine, Texas, were attempting to restart a “loose hydraulic line” when accumulated pressure on that line caused it to rupture, killing two workers and injuring our client.

Williams Hart & Boundas has represented families in the aftermath of oilfield incidents for over 35 years. Jim Hart has first-hand experience and knowledge in these types of cases. We have seen the impact an oilfield or plant explosion can have on workers and the community, and we are proud to have secured millions of dollars on behalf of injured workers.

Our experienced oilfield accident lawyers have built a reputation for successfully navigating complex injury claims since 1983. Founding partner John Eddie Williams’ father and grandfather were union longshoremen, and he strongly advocates for workers’ rights and safe workplaces. Jim Hart has represented several local unions and their workers for over 30 years. Our experienced trial team is prepared to help work accident victims pursue fair compensation.

If you or a loved one was a victim of an oilfield accident, contact us for a free consultation. There is no upfront cost, and we will gladly answer any questions you may have. At Williams Hart & Boundas, we believe victims and their families deserve honest, loyal, and transparent representation.

STORY TAGS: Energy, Legal, Professional Services, Oil/Gas, United States, North America, Texas, Lawsuit,


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