Stray Metal Particles Allegedly Injury Offshore Worker

A former employee of Phoenix International Holdings Inc., is suing his former employer as well as several affiliated parties for alleged negligence which resulted in injuries sustained while working offshore.

On October 16, John Bubenik of Florida filed suit in the Eastern District Court of Louisiana against Phoenix International Holdings Inc., MC Offshore Petroleum Inc., and its insurers.  In the suit, Bubenik alleges that unsafe conditions lead to the injuring of his eye while on the job.

Bubenik was working aboard the Odyssea Courage and was employed by Phoenix International Holdings Inc. as a dive supervisor, commercial diver and seaman.  The defendants were performing water blasting on the vessel, and at some point this activity caused metal particles to careen into his eye, causing an abrasion of the cornea.  Bubenik was airlifted from the worksite to receive medical treatment on October 21.  Bubenik’s suit alleges that the defendant’s lack of care while working was a contributing factor in his injury.

The attorneys at Broussard & David have the knowledge and experience necessary to handle cases of this nature and will fight to obtain fair compensation for your injuries. If you or a loved one has suffered harm because of the negligence of another, contact the attorneys at Broussard & David to discuss your legal rights at (337) 233-2323 (local) or (888) 337-2323 (toll-free).

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