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When working in the oil or natural gas industries, the hazards and volatile nature of these substances can easily result in severe injuries or death. If you or someone you know was injured or killed in an oil field accident in New Hampshire, you should contact the lawyers at Schmidt & Clark, LLP. We believe that when New Hampshire oil field workers are injured, they deserve full compensation for their injuries.
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Have you or a loved one suffered severe injuries in an oil field accident in New Hampshire? If so, you should contact our oil rig injury lawyers immediately for a free consultation. You may be entitled to seek compensation for lost wages by filing a personal injury lawsuit against oil and gas companies. An oil field injury lawyer can help you recover compensation.

The legal team of oilfield injury lawyers at Schmidt & Clark, LLP is dedicated to protecting the rights of injured oil rig workers and is one of the only firms with knowledge of maritime law willing to pursue justice in these practice areas in New Hampshire and throughout the entire United States.

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Does New Hampshire Have Oil?

New Hampshire does not have any crude oil reserves, nor does the state produce or refine any crude oil. Although petroleum products account for roughly 50% of New Hampshire’s total energy consumption, there are no petroleum product pipelines in the state. All refined petroleum products must be imported by rail, truck, or ship.

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New Hampshire Energy Quick Facts

  • Over 40% of New Hampshire households use fuel oil as their primary heating fuel, the 2nd-largest share in the United States.
  • Seabrook, the largest power plant in New Hampshire, provided 56% of the state’s 2021 total in-state electricity net generation.
  • In 2021, 16% of New Hampshire’s electricity generation was derived from renewable resources. Most of the state’s renewable generation comes from hydroelectric power, biomass, and wind.
  • New Hampshire has the 2 remaining coal-fired power plants in New England—Schiller at Portsmouth and Merrimack at Bow.
  • New Hampshire is one of only 8 U.S. states and the District of Columbia where the residential sector is the largest energy consumer, even though about 1 in 9 New Hampshire homes are only seasonally occupied.

How Much of New Hampshire Energy is Renewable?

Renewables account for about 16% of New Hampshire’s in-state electricity. In 2021, renewable resources provided about 16% of the state’s electricity generation, the vast majority of which came from hydroelectric power and biomass.

Occupational Injury and Illness in New Hampshire 2021

A 2021 report from the NH Occupational Health Surveillance Program (OHSP) [1.] looked at New Hampshire’s work-related health factors such as illness, injuries, exposures, hazards, or interventions. Some of the major findings from the report include:

  1. New Hampshire’s workforce is aging and more likely to be working 40 hours or more per week. Employees aged 65 or older make up a larger proportion of the workforce, nearly doubling in size from 3.9% in 2008 of all workers to 7.7% in 2018.
  2. In 2018, 1 in 20 New Hampshire workers were employed in industries at high risk for morbidity. One in 7 is employed in high-risk occupations for morbidity.
  3. There were more than 1,735 work-related hospitalizations for persons aged 16 years and older where the expected payer is workers’ compensation.
  4. From 2000 to 2018, there were at least 264 work-related fatalities in New Hampshire, with 20 occurring in 2018 alone.

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The Personal injury protection lawyers at Schmidt & Clark, LLP have experience dealing with the rights of American oilfield workers, and we are one of the only firms willing to handle oilfield workplace accidents in New Hampshire and throughout the entire United States.

Again, if you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an oilfield accident in New Hampshire, you should contact our oil field accident lawyers immediately by using the form below or calling our law firm toll-free 24 hrs/day by dialing (866) 588-0600 to schedule a free case review and legal options.

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