Our Lawyers Offer Excellent Defense Representation To Companies Facing OSHA Violations In Louisiana

Louisiana's main industries of oil and gas, shipping and fishing all require strict adherence to OSHA safety standards. Many other businesses in the state must also comply or risk a citation. The government will force you to upgrade equipment and policies if you are caught violating safety regulations. You have the right to hire an OSHA defense lawyer to defend your company and its practices.

At Key Harrington Barnes PC, our experienced OSHA defense attorneys offer representation to businesses in Louisiana. We have been involved in some of the largest OSHA defense cases in the southern half of the United States. We know what your business is up against and how to protect it from the potential harm an OSHA citation can bring.

Our firm has experience with many OSHA violation issues, including:

  • Oil and gas spills
  • Chemical spills
  • Fire
  • Explosions
  • Air quality
  • Shipping accidents
  • Fishing accidents
  • Seafood processing plant accidents

Your Partners In Protecting Your Business

Our attorneys are more than just your advocates; we partner with you to defend your company against OSHA citations and help you proactively solve compliance problems to show you are making an effort as we pursue having your citation withdrawn. We investigate your company's accident or alleged violation to see where fault truly lies. We gather all the evidence and documentation required for your case and attend meetings and hearings.

Our firm is dedicated to helping employers run successful businesses while providing workplaces where employees can thrive and avoiding excessive government regulation. If your company is facing penalties from an OSHA violation, put our many years of experience to work for you.

Stand Up To Accusations Of OSHA Violations

Call our office in Dallas, Texas, or contact us online to schedule your confidential consultation regarding OSHA violations in Louisiana. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.