EnLink Midstream Claim Attorneys
Helping Victims of Work Injuries, Pipeline Accidents & Truck Collisions
EnLink provides integrated midstream services across natural gas, crude oil, condensate, and natural gas liquid (NGL) commodities. With 1,355 employees, EnLink Midstream operates to gather and transport products through pipelines, processing plants, fractionators, barge and rail terminals, product storage facilities, and brine disposal wells. It also has an extensive crude oil trucking fleet. EnLink has built and integrated its asset platforms in Oklahoma, North Texas, Ohio River Valley, the Permian Basin, and the Louisiana Gulf Coast.
Founded in 1992, EnLink Midstream Partners is a subsidiary of EnLink Midstream Operating. The company operates about 11,000 miles of pipeline and has a crude oil trucking fleet comprised of about 150 vehicles. EnLink has 20 natural gas processing plants and 7 fractionators.
The people who work at EnLink’s plants and storage facilities, drive company trucks, and install or repair pipelines have difficult jobs. They work every day in a field that demands hard physical labor in environments where various hazards are present, such as volatile substances and heavy, complex machinery. If they aren’t properly protected, the results can be disastrous. Workers and anyone in the vicinity of a processing plant, pipeline, or truck could suffer serious harm or even death.
If you have questions about an accident or any incident of this kind, contact the EnLink injury lawyers at Arnold & Itkin. Call (888) 493-1629 for a free consultation.
After an EnLink Midstream Work Accident
As a worker injured in a plant accident or other incident at an EnLink Midstream facility:
- Seek medical attention as quickly as possible.
- Don’t forget to report your injury to your supervisor or manager.
- Follow your treatment plan from your doctor.
- Talk to an attorney who has experience in this field.
Remember, even if you feel you are not seriously injured, some injuries may take time to become apparent. You need to report the incident to EnLink as well, or this could jeopardize your right to workers’ compensation benefits, which may apply to any on-the-job injury or illness. It is also important to talk to a lawyer who has experience dealing with oil and gas companies, industrial accidents, and workplace injuries.
At Arnold & Itkin, we have extensive experience fighting for oil and gas workers across the U.S. We have represented truck drivers, oilfield workers, plant workers, offshore workers, and all types of employees, contractors, and subcontractors who have been harmed in fires, explosions, and other accidents at well sites, on offshore rigs, on the road, and at plants and refineries. We have secured over $10 billion in compensation for our clients.
Not an Oil or Gas Worker? Our EnLink Claim Lawyers Can Still Help
You may not work for EnLink or in the oil and gas industry at all, but you could still be injured as a result of a pipeline explosion, an accident with a truck carrying crude oil, or a leak or fire at a nearby plant. When this happens, you can turn to our EnLink Midstream accident attorneys for guidance related to your right to file a personal injury lawsuit or wrongful death action to recover your losses and hold at-fault parties accountable.
Depending on the circumstances, you could be entitled to compensation for:
- Medical treatment
- Ongoing care and therapy
- Medication and medical supplies
- Lost earnings and benefits
- Loss of future earnings
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
- Loss of companionship
- Funeral costs
- Loss of consortium
For a free, confidential review of your case, give us a call at (888) 493-1629 or contact us online.