ExxonMobil Files Motion For Summary Judgement In Personal Injury Lawsuit Against ExxonMobil Over Conveyor Belt Accident At ExxonMobil’s Beaumont Texas Plant.
ExxonMobil (“ExxonMobil” or “Exxon” or “Defendant”) has filed a motion for summary judgment in a personal injury lawsuit pending against Exxon Mobil in Texas state court (Civil Action Case No. E181-404) by a delivery man who alleges that his foot got caught in a conveyor belt at ExxonMobil’s Beaumont Texas plant while unloading cargo and who is seeking to recover compensation for past and future medical expenses, mental anguish, impairment, lost wages and loss of enjoyment of life, according to a personal injury lawsuit news report.
ExxonMobil’s motion for summary judgment reportedly asserts that there is no evidence that ExxonMobil was negligent since there is no evidence that ExxonMobil’s employees activated the conveyer belt system or were in the area of the conveyer belt’s on/off button.
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