In the past 5 years alone, our Undefeated Plant Explosion Lawyers have recovered Billions for workers across the country who were injured in some of the largest and most catastrophic workplace accidents in U.S. history.
For example, our explosion attorneys successfully represented 3 of the families whose loved ones were killed in the Williams Gibson explosion, over 65 workers who were injured during the Williams refinery explosion in Geismar, Louisiana, 150 of the workers who were injured during the tragic BP Texas City explosion, and were some of the first lawyers in the country hired by the workers who were injured onboard the BP Deepwater Horizon when it tragically exploded. Less than 18 months after filing the cases, we were able to negotiate a very favorable and confidential settlement on behalf of all of our clients and their families.
We also successfully represented over 20 of the workers who were severely injured in the Imperial Sugar refinery explosion in Georgia and the International Paper Mill tragedy in Mississippi. As with our claims against BP, our explosion lawyers were able to obtain a highly favorable settlement on behalf of all of our clients in less than 12 months after filing suit.
Just recently, for example, we obtained highly favorable settlements on behalf of familes whose loved ones were tragically killed in the Williams Gibson explosion, as well as over 65 workers who were injured in the Williams Geismar explosion; the settlement, while confidential, is one of the largest in history.
In addition to being undefeated, our Plant and Refinery Explosion Lawyers have recovered the # 1 largest accident verdict and two of the largest settlements in Texas and Louisiana, reached one of the largest industrial accident settlements in history on behalf of workers injured during a plant explosion in Louisiana, successfully represented 5 of the workers who were injured during the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion, resolved over 150 cases against BP in connection with the Texas City Explosion, received the largest verdict ever awarded against one of the largest transportation companies in the US, been interviewed on Good Morning America, CNN and the Star Tribune, and provided legal commentary to The New York Times, the Houston Chronicle, the Washington Post, the Dallas Morning News, the International Herald Tribune and Forbes, among others.
As a result of these unprecedented results, we were selected for membership in the "Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum," an organization limited to less than 1% of the lawyers in the country, and were recognized as one of the Leading Maritime Law Firms in the Country by NewsWeek Magazine.
We don't just win for our clients and their families - we set records. Our experience in the courtroom, along with our history of record-setting verdicts and settlements, has enabled our explosion and industrial accident lawyers to consistently recover unprecedented recoveries for clients across Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and the rest of the Country.
We also take a different approach than many firms. Rather than counting on a settlement, we prepare every case for trial and refuse to even discuss settlement until the defendant and their insurance company offer an amount that fully compensates our clients for ALL their injuries and damages. If the settlement isn't enough, we take the case to trial, where our trial lawyers remain undefeated.
While this approach has enabled us to obtain record-breaking recoveries for our clients and their families, we realize that money is never a substitute for their health. We make sure that our clients are able to treat with the best burn specialists, orthopedics, psychiatrists, and medical providers in the country, regardless of their location, to ensure that they're receiving the best medical treatment available. If our clients are unstatisfied with the treatment they're receiving or would simply prefer to see another doctor, our team will help coordinate the appointments and do whatever possible to arrange for our clients to see the doctor of their choice.