Industrial accident lawyers at Arnold & Itkin LLP recently filed a case in on behalf of the daughter of a man who tragically died at a facility owned and operated by Kleen Oilfield Services Co. The man was hung several feet in the air, sustaining catastrophic injuries that were ultimately fatal due to the defendant’s conduct. Prior to the accident, anyone could see that the defendant’s actions were going to result in a devastating and preventable outcome. It’s unacceptable that it took someone’s death to force the company to recognize how destructive their practices are.
It’s shameful that it took someone’s death to force Kleen to recognize how destructive their practices are. Oilfield companies like Kleen continue to ignore safety concerns and take unnecessary risks, costing lives and harming families for no reason beyond the company’s benefit. Putting profit before safety is never acceptable. Arnold & Itkin LLP looks forward to representing this family to seek the answers and justice that they deserve.
The case was filed in Stephens County District Court, Oklahoma.