NORTH DAKOTA OIL FIELD ACCIDENT ATTORNEY
The law firm with a commitment to our community of oil and gas workers
The oil boom in North Dakota has made it possible for many hard-working people to obtain high paying jobs by working in the oil and gas extraction industry. However, for many oil field workers, these financial gains come with a steep price. There has been a significant increase in the number of oil field injuries and related fatal deaths, affecting all workers in the industry, including drivers, welders and derrick workers using hoists and cranes. When North Dakota oil field workers are injured in the patch, the injury lawyers of Larson Law Firm P.C. advocate to secure the benefits they are entitled to receive. If you or a loved one was injured in an oil field accident, contact the firm with a proven commitment to the oil workers of North Dakota.
- A quick look at the dangers of the oil and gas industry
- What are the most common oil field accidents?
- What are the most common types of oil field injuries?
- I work in the oil industry and was hurt on the job. What should I do?
- How do I know if I have an oil field injury claim?
- My loved one was killed in an oilfield accident. Can you help?
- Why do I need a specialized oilfield accident attorney?
- Help for those injured by hydraulic fracturing
- Fighting for the rights of injured oil field workers in North Dakota
A quick look at the dangers of the oil and gas industry
Oil and gas extraction is a major part of the North Dakota economy, with more than 14,000 wells reportedly operating throughout the state in 2016. We have the second largest oil reserve in the United States, and along with Texas, our state accounts for half of the crude oil production in the country.
These bustling oil fields account for millions of oil barrels and far too many work-related injuries. North Dakota now has the highest percentage of laborer fatalities in the nation. The AFL-CIO Death on the Job Report for 2017 stated that North Dakota was the most dangerous state to work in with a fatality rate of 12.5 per every 100,000 people: “Oil and gas extraction industries accounted for 74% of the fatal work injuries in the mining sector.”