Our Experienced Defense Lawyers Represent Oklahoma Companies Accused Of OSHA Violations

Oklahoma industries, such as meat processing and energy, are required to comply with OSHA regulations to ensure their workers' safety. If OSHA inspectors turn up for a surprise inspection and your company is in violation of safety regulations, you risk fines, forced abatement and other penalties. You need a strong defense to protect your company's bottom line.

Key Harrington Barnes PC defense attorneys represent clients accused of OSHA violations all over the southern half of the country, including in Oklahoma. Our firm is dedicated to helping small and medium-sized companies to protect their rights and create a work environment where their employees can thrive while still remaining profitable. We can help you prevent the potential harm that an OSHA citation may bring, as well as prevent OSHA violations from recurring.

Strong Defense Against Accusations Of Safety Violations

All companies are subject to surprise OSHA inspections. If your company is found to be in violation of state or government safety regulations, or if an accident occurs and you are given a willful citation, your business may be at risk. You have the right to hire a lawyer to defend you against these allegations and protect your business.

Our firm has extensive experience in handling OSHA-related issues, including inspections and accidents. We assemble the required evidence, records and other documentation and represent you at all meetings and hearings. We will keep you informed of all deadlines and manage your case so it stays on track. Our attorneys have represented businesses in the oil and gas industry as well as the meat processing industry with issues involving:

  • Explosions
  • Spills
  • Fires
  • Air quality
  • Dismemberment
  • Improper equipment

Stop the government from regulating your business into the ground. We will defend your company's actions and do everything in our power to reduce penalties and have citations withdrawn.

Put Your Company's Defense In Our Hands

Contact our office in Dallas, Texas, at 214-615-7925 to schedule your confidential consultation regarding OSHA defense in Oklahoma. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.