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Fire at Chemical Plant

Erik CharltonA fire has broken out at a chemical plant located in southeast Houston early Tuesday. According to officials, the blaze was reported around 7:00 a.m. at the Economy Mud Products plant located in the 400 block of E. Anderson Road in southeast Houston. The cause of the blaze at is unknown and is still currently under investigation. No injuries have been reported. Economy Mud Products manufactures polymers and products from guar gum for various industries including mining, firefighting hydraulic fracturing, textiles, food additives and other industries with operations in the United States, Canada, Dubai, Russia and Argentina. It was a fortunate thing that no one at this plant was hurt. Being hurt on the job is something that no one ever expects. Most accidents involving fires or hazardous chemical spills happen within workplace settings. If someone is injured on the job, ideally, workman’s compensation will take care of the medical treatment for any injuries. However, the expense of ongoing medical care or having a reduced wage for a worker who cannot come back to work right away can be detrimental to that worker and his or her family. Sometimes employers will do anything to avoid having to pay worker’s compensation claims or a claim can be denied. If you have been injured on the job or a loved one has suffered from a workplace injury, give our offices a call. Our firm’s attorneys have many years of experience in the Houston area courts and who specializes in workplace and personal injury lawsuits. You will need an attorney who will take the time to go over the details of your case and even act as a liaison between you and insurance companies and workman’s compensation to ensure that you receive fair treatment. Give us a call and speak with an attorney today. Your initial consultation and legal analysis is free.

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