EagleClaw Midstream Accident Attorneys
Proven Pipeline & Plant Accident Lawyers with $10+ Billion Won
With offices in Midland and Houston, Texas, EagleClaw Midstream is the largest privately owned operator in the Delaware Basin. It was formed in 2012 and has grown since through a series of acquisitions. EagleClaw operates 4 plants in Culberson, Reeves, and Ward Counties, Texas. The company has over 200 employees, nearly 1,000 miles of gas gathering pipelines, over 200 miles of crude oil pipelines, about 100 miles of natural gas pipelines, and about 70 miles of produced water pipelines. EagleClaw’s employees drive more than 3.1 million miles a year.
EagleClaw Midstream has about 700,000 dedicated acres of land in the Delaware Basin in the Permian, which is one of the fastest growing areas for oil and gas development on the planet. EagleClaw provides the gathering, compression, processing, transportation, and water management services needed to bring natural gas, natural gas liquids, and crude oil to market.
Companies like EagleClaw play a crucial role in keeping America running. They also have an obligation to observe workplace safety standards and implement state and federal regulations to protect the communities in which they operate—and the environment as a whole. If oil and gas companies cut corners, ignore aging pipelines and equipment, or put profits over safety, catastrophic accidents can occur. Workers and anyone in the vicinity of one of these disasters may be seriously injured or lose their lives.
EagleClaw Midstream: Work Injury Claims
EagleClaw Midstream owns and operates four plants in three Texas counties. The workers at these plants, drivers, and employees who are responsible for building, inspecting, and maintaining the gas, oil, and produced water pipelines owned by EagleClaw have difficult but rewarding jobs. Oil and gas employees and contractors are typically paid well because the work they perform is challenging and potentially hazardous.
EagleClaw Midstream workers may face on-the-job hazards posed by:
- Physically demanding tasks
- Extreme temperatures
- Flammable substances
- Toxic chemicals
- Aging equipment
- Defective machinery
- Pipeline corrosion
- Aging pipelines
- Transportation accidents
Gas processing plant employees, pipeline workers, and truck drivers who have been injured can turn to our EagleClaw Midstream accident lawyers for a free, private consultation. Oil and gas companies and their insurance providers do not automatically pay work injury claims. They investigate these incidents and often delay payment, try to underpay, or even deny accountability altogether.
Instead of facing a future without the financial support you so desperately need, learn how Arnold & Itkin can help you pursue the fair compensation you deserve. You could be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, loss of future earnings, pain, suffering, and more.
Plant employees and pipeline workers are not the only ones at risk of harm when oil and gas companies fail to uphold safety standards and environmental regulations. The individuals and families who live near pipelines, plants, and refineries may be exposed to toxic substances or may suffer unimaginable harm in pipeline explosions, fires, and other incidents.
Many people do not even know how close they are to gas lines—until their neighborhoods are torn apart.
Talk to an EagleClaw Accident Lawyer at Our Firm
Arnold & Itkin is known nationwide for fighting for the injured. Our trial lawyers have won over $10 billion for our clients, and we aren’t stopping anytime soon. We will continue to expose corporate negligence and wrongdoing in order to help people recover after suffering the worst injuries and losses. If you experienced a work-related injury, lost a loved one in a workplace accident, or were harmed in any incident involving a plant, refinery, or pipeline, our EagleClaw Midstream claim attorneys may be able to help. If we take your case, you do not have to worry about upfront costs and pay no legal fees at all unless we win. Your future is our priority. No matter what.
Call (888) 493-1629 today for the answers and guidance you deserve.