Daily Archives: March 1, 2016

A recent study was published on NIH site (Toxicology and Journal Health – Sage Journal) outlining the four U.S. ExxonMobil refineries and the potential assessment of benzene exposure (air exposure) and the jobs or tasks performed by personnel at the refineries. The study reviewed data from four U.S. ExxonMobil refineries: […]

Refinery Jobs and Benzene Exposure

A recent study was published on NIH site (2.16.2016) outlining the potential problems that may be associated with the BP (British Petroleum) refinery plant flaring disaster in Texas City, Texas and the possible adverse effects of benzene exposure in adults from a prolonged flaring from a refinery. The study reviewed […]

BP Refinery Flaring & Benzene Exposure

Benzene exposure may happen while performing a particular job.  And, if the benzene exposure happened while you were an able-bodied seaman and you suffered an injury from the benzene exposure, your potential claim may fall within the purview of the Jones Act. The Jones Act provides “seaman” with a negligence […]

Jones Act Seaman