Workers Injured In Sunoco Blast Seeking $1M Or More

Law360, Houston (August 24, 2016, 7:01 PM EDT) -- Two more welders injured in an explosion earlier this month at a Sunoco Pipeline LP crude oil terminal east of Beaumont, Texas, filed a lawsuit late Tuesday seeking damages for the injuries that included serious burns.

Juan R. Barboza and Jose de Jesus Barboza filed their lawsuit in Jefferson County, alleging their injures were caused by negligence and gross negligence on the part of Sunoco, which owned and operated the terminal in Nederland, Texas, as well as Carber Holdings Inc., which was contracted by Sunoco to install a safety plug and ensure that the line that exploded was clear and ready...

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