Parker Wellbore Accident Attorneys
We Go After Corporations That Are More Concerned About Their Bottom Line Than Workers
Parker Wellbore is a company headquartered in Houston, Texas that provides wellbore construction services, land and offshore rigs, and rig operations. Its oil and gas services encompass well intervention, pressure control equipment, tubular rentals, and more. In the energy business since 1934, Parker Wellbore now has an energy transition division as well that focuses on carbon capture, emissions reduction, and more. It also provides data analysis, wellbore construction technology, and virtual support for energy companies.
Parker Wellbore often operates in demanding environments that require complex solutions, providing drilling services on land and offshore. It has 10 land drilling rigs and 9 barge drilling rigs (seven of which are in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico).
It currently operates in:
- United States
- Trinidad & Tobago
- United Kingdom
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
In 2018, after years of struggling, Parker Drilling Company planned and filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy process. In 2021, the company rebranded itself as Parker Wellbore, which contains Parker Drilling as well as Quail Tools and iTS Energy Services, subsidiaries that also operate in the energy industry. Quail Tools operates in the U.S., iTS works in Europe and the Middle East, and Houston-based Parker Drilling has worked around the world in more than 68 countries, employing more than 2,500 workers.
Holding International Energy Companies Responsible for Unsafe Workplaces
With all the resources and decades of experience behind it, Parker Wellbore has the means to ensure its workers’ safety, however, the oil and gas industry is one that notoriously underreports injuries and fatalities on the job. When workers or their families do bring claims forward, they often get undermined by skilled legal teams that are able to drag cases out until plaintiffs no longer have the funds to continue the claim.
At Arnold & Itkin, we level the playing field for our clients. Our offshore injury lawyers have the tenacity, insight, and resources to beat energy companies at their own game, while fronting all the costs of the case so that clients don’t have to pay a cent until we win compensation for them. Our track record of success against major oil and gas companies means that we’ve managed to recover more than $20 billion so far for clients. We may be able to help you too.