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Supreme Court Rejects Worker's Suit Over Toxic Chemical Exposure

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, April 16, 2018 | 334 | 0 | 5 min read

The Texas Supreme Court ruled that a worker was time-barred from pursuing a personal injury claim against a subcontractor at an oil well who allegedly exposed him to toxic chemicals that resulted in his development of skin cancer. Case: Schlumberger Technology Corp. v. Pasko, No. 17-0231, 04/13/2018, published. Facts: Michael Pasko worked for JC Fodale Energy Services, a contractor hired to do work at a location where an oil well was being drilled. The Schlumberger Technology Corp. was also a contractor working at the same site. In May 2013, a Schlumberger employee allegedly instructed Pask...

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