Employee files lawsuit against Galveston Historical Foundation

 In Personal Injury

Joe Ochoa, a Texas resident, has filed a personal injury lawsuit against Galveston Historical Foundation, Inc. in the Galveston County 122nd District Court on Tuesday, September 29, claiming that he sustained multiple injuries while working on a ship operated by the organization off the coast of Galveston on March 24, 2014. Ochoa claims that he was injured in the course of attempting to move a tank, a task which he had been instructed to complete by his superiors.

In his lawsuit, Ochoa accused GHF of the following: failure to properly supervise their crew; failure to provide alternative lifting methods; failure to properly train their employees; failure to provide an adequate crew; failure to safely operate their vessel; operating the vessel with an obviously dangerous condition; and other negligent acts.

Our attorneys at the San Antonio offices of theĀ Chris Mayo Law Firm want to assure you that you should not be held financially accountable for injuries that resulted from someone else’s negligent behavior. We will work with you to build a strong claim to compensation for your personal injury so that you are free to focus on your recovery. To learn more, call us at (210) 999-9999 today.

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