Defective Oil and Gas Field Truck and Equipment
Oil and gas fields are dangerous enough without inserting defective trucks and equipment into the equation. Our law firm, The Law Offices of Randall D. Moore, PLLC, supports our client’s injury cases in these matters with more than a quarter of a century of experience on both sides of the issues.
Fighting Back Against Defective Oil and Gas Field Truck Equipment
A former insurance defense attorney, Randall D. Moore helps clients understand all of their available legal options, not just the ones the insurance companies want them to know about. In doing so, he helps our firm’s clients understand that, while the insurance company is there to keep its costs down, he is there to help his clients maximize their recovery, both now and in the future.
We assist North Texas-area clients across the complete range of cases related to defective oil and gas field truck and equipment. These cases involve:
- Drilling rigs
- Equipment failures
- Directional drilling
- Compressor stations
- Truck accidents
- And more
Randy’s ability to deliver quality legal services has been recognized by his professional peers. These peers have awarded him the prestigious AV rating,* the highest rating available under the Martindale-Hubbell peer rating system. Additionally, he has been selected multiple times as one of Fort Worth’s best attorneys, as published in Fort Worth, Texas Magazine, and in the Texas Super Lawyers, as published in Texas Monthly magazine, since 2005.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer: Trials and Negotiations
To schedule your own consultation with The Law Offices of Randall D. Moore, PLLC, please call 817-697-2116. You can also reach out to us by way of email. We keep all of our initial appointment completely confidential.
*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.