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Houston Workplace accident results in possible wrongful death

On Behalf of | Nov 1, 2011 | Truck Accidents |

An employee of Exterran reported that Herbert Bob, an employee at Exterran lost his life after being severely injured today. The claimed location of the incident occurred at 12001 North Houston Rosslyn Road, Houston, Texas 77086. The Exterran employee reported that Herbet Bob was killed after a cooler fell on him. The Exterran employee was concerned about potential dangers in the workplace environment that lead to his injuries and the injuries of others. The incident involving Herbert Bob’s death should be investigated in order to avoid workplace accidents.

A wrongful death incident occurring from a workplace accident often involves the employer and its insurance company. Nothing can replace the loss of a loved family member. Also unfortunate is that the remaining family members must deal with medical costs, hospital costs, funeral costs and loss of income. It is important to discuss these issues with a personal injury attorney to determine to what extent compensation is available.

“Wrongful death” is any death caused by negligent actions of another individual or company. Since the injury victim is has died, wrongful death suits are traditionally brought by a surviving spouse or children. It typically takes an experienced wrongful death lawyer to establish liability for the person’s death.

We are saddened by the loss of Herbert Bob and wish his family well.

Exterran claims to be a global provider of services and products for the oil and gas industry. According to Exterran, Exterran Holdings, Inc. provides natural gas compression, maintenance, operations, service and equipment for oil and gas production. It is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Exterran claims to have 10,000 employees with operations in over 30 countries. According to Exterran, Exterran Holdings, Inc. indirectly owns a majority interest in Exterran Partners, LP.


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