oil field injuries

Protecting Oilfield Workers in Odessa and Midland, Texas

At Galbreath Law Firm, we represent victims of oilfield accidents in Odessa and Midland, Texas. Jeff Galbreath is dedicated to fighting for your rights and securing the compensation you deserve for your injury.

Why Choose Galbreath Law Firm?

- **Expertise in Oilfield Accidents**: Handling cases involving oilfield explosions, on-the-job injuries, and workplace accidents.
- **No Win, No Fee**: Our contingency fee arrangement means you pay absolutely nothing unless we win your case.
- **Comprehensive Compensation**: We fight for coverage of medical bills, funeral costs, recovery for families and children, and future income loss.

Our Commitment
We hold negligent parties accountable and strive to secure maximum compensation for our clients. Our goal is to help you rebuild your life after an injury or accident.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an oilfield accident, contact Jeff Galbreath at Galbreath Law Firm for a free consultation.

Call us today at 325-829-8000 or visit our website at galbreathlawfirm.com

Understanding Personal Injury Lawsuits

Do you know what you would do if you or a family member suffered a catastrophic injury? Let’s face it; the world is a scary enough place without thinking of all the bad things that can happen.
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Abilene Pedestrian Killed in Auto Accident

Big Country News reported on September 12, 2018, that a man from Abilene, Texas was struck by a vehicle in South Abilene in the early afternoon. Unfortunately, the man died from the injuries he sustained in the accident.
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Impending Construction on Winters Freeway: Possible Car Accidents

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, work is scheduled to begin on a six-mile stretch of the Winters Freeway. The area that is going to be under construction will be the length between Farm to Market Road 2404 to South 7th Street.
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Officer Shot Himself While Responding to a Dog Attack in Cisco

A recent article by KTXS follows up on an incident that happened in Cisco. On Saturday, September 23rd, an officer of the Cisco Police responded to a call about a dog attack and while trying to soot the dog, fell and accidentally discharged the weapon into his leg.