Were you hurt working on a Baker Hughes Rig? We can help.
Baker Hughes is focused on designing, manufacturing and servicing transformative technologies to help take energy forward. As of October 2020, Baker Hughes has over 1,000 rigs around the world, with 300 of them in the United States. They have been servicing the petroleum industry since 1944 and they have claimed to strive for excellence.
They focus their rig drilling services on driving uptime for maximum production. They “Improve production, minimize downtime, and ensure reliability of your drilling operations.” They discuss the success of their equipment and operational costs at length, but are they taking appropriate measures when it pertains to the safety and well-being of their rig workers?
What You Need To Know If You Were Hurt Working On A Baker Hughes Rig
If you have been injured while working on your maritime or offshore job, you have legal rights under the Jones Act. The Jones Act provides injured workers with the necessary benefits, such as lost wages and medical coverage. Every injured worker deserves proper care and compensation.
If you have been injured working offshore on a Baker Hughes rig, we are here to help. We are extremely experienced in working with dedicated workers on their Jones Act claims. We are committed to ensuring that no one is left without the coverage that they deserve. We have an extensive Jones Act Claims and Maritime Injuries practice, and we have successfully helped hundreds of workers with their claims.
Contact VB Attorneys. We are here to help.
Federal maritime law and the Jones Act are extremely complicated. Federal maritime law and the Jones Act are extremely complicated. Only a handful of law firms and lawyers across the country handle these types of complex cases and have a track record of success when it comes to helping injured mariners get the compensation they deserve for their Jones Act claims.
As one of the leading lawyers in the country handling offshore drilling rig cases, Brian Beckcom and the team at VB Attorneys are often called by injured offshore workers for help and have handled multiple cases against the largest maritime and offshore companies. Contact us if you are in need of legal assistance.