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The Largest Recoveries in History for Oilfield Accident Victims

What to Expect After an Oilfield Accident

If you or a loved one were injured in an oilfield accident, remember this: trusting your future to the oil company will prevent you from being fully compensated for your injuries. Their primary objective is to avoid accountability and minimize the compensation to you and your family – at all costs.

Oilfield workers in Texas and across the United States face a very real danger of severe injury and death due to preventable oilfield accidents and explosions. According to the Center for Disease Control Oil Extraction Database, Texas leads the country in oilfield injuries and fatalities, with almost 40 percent of fatalities occurring in the Permian Basin. These incidents are not just statistics, but a stark reminder of a systemic problem where oil companies prioritize profit over the safety of their workers and contractors.

The good news is that you don’t have to fight on your own. Our undefeated oilfield accident lawyers have done this hundreds of times before, winning the largest settlements and verdicts in United States History.

Our oilfield injury attorneys are here to stand up to these corporate giants and their legal teams, make sure that you receive the justice and compensation you deserve, and force the companies to be safer so that accidents like this don’t happen again.

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Oil Field Accidents and Explosions Are On the Rise Across the United States

When it comes to serious and fatal injuries, the oil and gas industry is the most dangerous in the country.

From 2012 to 2022, the collective fatality rate for onshore and offshore workers was 7 times higher than the rate for all U.S. workers combined.

Unfortunately, these statistics are only getting worse, as numerous safety laws and regulations that were created to protect workers and discourage owners and operators from placing profits over safety continue to be repealed.

Oilfield Accident Lawyers with the Largest Wins in History

Our oilfield accident lawyers, backed by decades of experience, have not only won billions for our clients but have recovered the #1 largest verdicts and settlements in the United States.

Our victories span across the nation, restoring the lives of oilfield workers who were seriously injured, catastrophically burned, and tragically killed in the worst oil and gas accidents, blowouts, and explosions in history.

Our track record speaks for itself:

  • #1 Largest Oilfield Accident Settlement in US History 
  •  #1 Largest Oilfield Burn Injury Settlement in US History
  • $100 million settlement on behalf of workers injured in an oilfield explosion
  • $75 million settlement on behalf of workers injured in an oilfield blowout
  • $67 million recovery for worker injured in oilfield accident
  • The #1 Largest Accident Verdict in Texas
  • The #1 Largest Accident Settlement in Texas

Our unprecedented results are a product of our unwavering commitment to our clients, our extensive experience and knowledge in the courtroom, and our willingness to take on the largest oil companies in the country to secure our clients’ futures.

If a settlement offer doesn’t fully compensate you and your family for ALL your injuries and losses, we take the case to trial and force the company to pay you what you deserve.

#1 Largest Oilfield Accident and Oilfield Burn Settlement in US History

We’re proud to have secured a record-setting $90 million oilfield settlement for a client who was severely burned in an oil rig blowout in West Texas. The operator ignored company and American Petroleum Institute safety protocols, leading to one of the worst oilfield disasters in history. Our client, a husband and father of four, suffered third-degree burns to half his body.

The settlement is the #1 largest oilfield accident settlement in United States history.

Why Our Experienced Oilfield Accident Lawyers Are Your Best Choice

Choosing the right oilfield lawyer can significantly impact the outcome of your oilfield accident case – and make the difference between a $500,000 recovery or a $10+ million recovery.

Here’s why our team of undefeated oilfield accident lawyers is your best choice:

  • 100% Success Rate: we have an undefeated record in oilfield accident cases, securing landmark victories and the largest oil field recoveries in Texas and US history
  • Extensive Experience: we understand the oil and gas industry and anticipate the common tactics used by the companies to try to avoid responsibility. Our expertise, along with our experience and success in the courtroom, allows us to maximize our client’s recovery in each and every case we’re involved with.
  • You Only Pay If We Win : we work on a contingency basis, meaning you don’t pay a dime unless we win your case. We front all the costs, assist with your living expenses, and dedicate whatever resources necessary to winning your case. This ensures that everyone, regardless of their financial situation, has access to our record-setting oilfield injury lawyers.
  • We Don’t Just Win – We Set Records: we won’t be outworked, outmaneuvered, or intimidated, no matter how big the company or their team of lawyers. Having successfully represented over 1,000 oilfield accident victims across Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico and the United States, we know what evidence to look for, how to prove the company was at fault, and, most importantly, how to win.

But what truly sets our oilfield accident lawyers apart is our history of success and commitment to our clients and their families.

As many of our past clients have said, “we’re more than just your lawyers, we’re family.”

And our dedication goes well beyond the courtroom.

From locating and ensuring that our clients see the best doctors and medical providers in the country, to creating financial plans to secure their children’s and loved ones’ futures, our oilfield lawyers are there for our clients and their families every step of the way —even long after their cases have already been successfully resolved.

After an oilfield accident, the choices you make can impact the rest of your life. You need and deserve the best: oilfield accident lawyers with a proven track record and reputation for winning, the resources to take on any company in the world, and an unwavering commitment to you and your family. You need Zehl & Associates.

You can learn more about our record-setting recoveries and see what our clients say about their experiences with our Undefeated Oilfield Injury Lawyers at our Client Testimonial Page, our Results Page, or our firm’s YouTube Channel.

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Understanding Common Oilfield Accidents and Causes

The oil and gas industry is dangerous. The prevalence of serious and fatal accidents across Texas and the United States underscores the need for proper training, stringent safety measures, and a true focus on safety over all else – including profit.

Some of the most common causes of oilfield accidents include:

  • Explosions and Fires: the presence of volatile hydrocarbons, condensate, and combustible gases make fires, blowouts, and explosions the #1 most dangerous threat to oilfield workers. A large number of these preventable catastrophes are due to inadequate training, rushing jobs, and failing to comply with safety rules and industry standards, like the American Petroleum Institute regulations.
  • Well Blowouts: a well blowout, often caused by inadequate barriers and uncontrolled pressure buildup, can lead to an instantaneous fire and explosion, putting everyone on or around the well at risk of serious injury or death.
  • Equipment Failure: oilfield workers depend on complex machinery and dangerous equipment. Poor maintenance, improper use, lack of training, and manufacturing defects are a factor in a large number of serious oil rig accidents.
  • Falls: working at heights is common in the oilfield industry, and falls can lead to serious injuries and fatalities. Lack of proper safety equipment, improper training, and rushing jobs often contribute to these accidents.

These are just some of the primary causes of oilfield accidents that plaque the oil and gas industry. The fact that most, if not all, of these incidents are preventable highlights the need for oil companies to comply with and enforce safety rules and regulations designed to protect their workers and prevent catastrophic failures.

Common Injuries Suffered in Oilfield Accidents

Oilfield accidents occur without warning, leaving workers with life-altering injuries, mounting medical bills, and an uncertain future. Some of the most frequent injuries suffered in the oilfield include:

  • Severe Burns: Explosions and blowouts in oilfields can cause devastating burns, leaving workers with mounting medical bills, an uncertain future, and an increased risk of further medical complications, including skin cancer. 

    Our oilfield accident lawyers understand burn injuries. We’ve successfully represented hundreds of oilfield and industrial workers who were severely burned in fires and explosions and recovered the largest recoveries in history for them – including a $90 million settlement for a client severely burned in a West Texas blowout. This landmark settlement not only changed how a major oil company does business, but provided our client with access to the best medical care and financial resources to care for himself and his family for the rest of their lives.
  • Crush Injuries: Heavy machinery and equipment are commonplace in oilfields, leading to frequent crush injuries that result in serious back, neck and spinal cord injuries, herniated disks, amputations, and long-term orthopedic and neurological injuries.
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI): From explosions and falls to accidents involving heavy machinery, Traumatic Brain Injuries are a serious, but often overlooked, risk in the oilfield. Symptoms often include memory problems, headaches, mood swings, trouble sleeping, depression, and anxiety.
  • Chemical Exposures: The oilfield industry frequently handles toxic, highly flammable, and extremely hazardous chemicals. Prolonged exposure can lead to serious, even fatal, injuries. For example, certain chemicals, like hydrogen sulfide (H2S), can cause organ failure and death – despite being completely odorless.
  • Electrocution: Improperly maintained or faulty equipment can lead to electrical injuries, ranging from temporary loss of sensation to paralysis and death.
  • Back, Neck & Spine Injuries: Falls, vehicle collisions, and crush injuries can lead to severe trauma to the lumbar (back) and cervical (neck) spine, including herniations and ruptured discs.
  • Eye Injuries: Chemical exposure, debris, and welding sparks can all lead to temporary or permanent vision loss. Alarmingly, 1 in 5 eye injuries result in permanent blindness for oilfield workers.

How to Stay Safe in the Oilfield

Oilfield workers have an absolute right to a safe workplace.

To ensure you’re able to perform your work safely, it’s essential that you’re familiar with the well formation and it’s potential to kick, burp, and release hydrocarbons, that you understand the job that you’re performing, and that your co-workers and any contractors on the job have received proper training before you begin work.

Some additional precautions that will help prevent an oil rig accident include:

  • Obtaining a site orientation before you begin any work
  • Asking the operator, safety man, or company man what the known hazards are at the site.
  • Understanding which safety policies and procedures will govern your work and the work of your co-workers and contractors
  • Making sure you receive the proper training before attempting any work on the rig or well
  • Identifying any new employees and contractors who are working with you and confirming that they’ve received the proper training before beginning the job

Remember, you have an absolute right to STOP WORK on a drill site anytime you believe working conditions are or could become unsafe:

  • Stop and ask questions when in doubt about the safety of any operations
  • STOP WORK if the working conditions are or could become unsafe

If you’re discouraged from exercising your “STOP WORK authority” or are penalized for doing so, report this to management in writing immediately. It’s illegal for the company to retaliate against you or anyone for stopping work or reporting unsafe work conditions.

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If you or a loved one were seriously injured or tragically killed in an oilfield accident, your company and its team of lawyers will do everything possible to avoid responsibility and pay you as little as possible for your injuries and losses.

Even when your company is telling you that they’re going to “take care” of you, they won’t, because the company isn’t in charge anymore – the insurance company is.

That’s why it’s essential that you work with an experienced oil field injury lawyer. Your future is too important to be placed in the hands of the company and its lawyers.

What to do After an Oilfield Accident or Explosion

  1. Stop working immediately
  2. If you’re physically able to report your injury, do so as soon as possible
  3. Demand immediate medical treatment with a doctor of your choice. You are not required to go to a doctor selected by the company, and you should avoid doing so whenever possible.
  4. Do not give a formal statement, sign ANY paperwork, or accept any money from the company (besides your normal paycheck) prior to speaking with an experienced oil field injury lawyer
  5. Contact our Undefeated Oilfield Accident Lawyers as soon as possible, so we can discuss your options, explain your rights, and provide you with the information you need to decide the best course of action for you and your family.

Oilfield Accidents: Frequently Asked Questions:

What types of damages can I recover in an oilfield accident lawsuit?

In a oilfield accident lawsuit, you can recover substantial damages for all of your injuries and losses, including your past and future:

  • medical expenses
  • lost wages
  • pain and suffering
  • mental anguish
  • physical impairment
  • physical disfigurement
  • loss of enjoyment of life, and
  • punitive damages.

You cannot recover these damages through workers comp. You must file a lawsuit.

What’s the difference between workers’ compensation and personal injury damages?

Workers’ compensation (or “workers comp”) is a state-regulated insurance program that provides covered employees with limited income and medical benefits if they become ill or are injured or killed on the job. 

Personal injury law, on the other hand, focuses on negligence, enabling you to recover significantly more for your injuries, medical bills, and lost wages compared to workers’ compensation.

A personal injury lawsuit provides the best opportunity for a complete physical and financial recovery. You can recover ALL of your damages, including both past and future “economic damages” like medical expenses and lost wages.

Additionally, the law entitles you to also recover “non-economic damages” such as pain and suffering, mental anguish, physical impairment, and physical disfigurement.

For more information on the differences between workers’ compensation and personal injury damages, read our guide: “The Difference Between Workers Comp and a Personal Injury Lawsuit.”

What benefits can I receive from workers’ compensation in Texas after an oilfield accident?

If your employer has workers’ compensation insurance and you’re injured in an oilfield accident, you’re typically entitled to limited financial benefits for the period of time that you’re unable to work. These benefits stop the minute the company doctor claims you’re able to return to work and only cover a portion of your lost wages and medical expenses from the doctor chosen by the company.

Unlike a personal injury lawsuit, the compensation that you recover from workers’ compensation benefits does not cover pain and suffering, physical impairment, physical disfigurement, future medical expenses, and 100 percent of your past and future lost wages.

Your only chance of being fully compensated for all your injuries and financial losses is by filing an oilfield personal injury lawsuit.

Can I file a personal injury lawsuit against a third party or contractor if I’ve been injured in an oilfield accident and already accepted workers’ compensation benefits?

Even if an employer does have workers’ compensation, an injured worker can still file an oilfield injury lawsuit against any third party, including any contractors or subcontractors, whose negligence contributed to the accident.

Don’t Trust the Company with Your Future

Unless you protect yourself, your family, and your future, you can expect the company, its insurers, and their team of lawyers to do everything possible to deny responsibility, pay you as little as possible for your injuries and damages, and try to force you back to work quickly – before you’ve fully recovered – so that the company can stop paying your workers’ comp benefits.

You can also expect the the company to:

  • deny responsibility for and blame you for the accident
  • lose or destroy important evidence you’ll need to prove that the company was at fault or that you were not at fault for causing the accident
  • offer you pennies on the dollar—compared to what your case would be worth with an experienced oilfield accident lawyer—for your injuries and losses
  • limit you to workers’ compensation benefits, which only pay a small fraction of your lost wages and do not compensate you for any of your future medical expenses or pain, suffering, impairment, or inability to work
  • require you to go to “company” and “workers comp” doctors, who are more focused on helping the company save money than providing you with the best medical care available
  • terminate your employment at the first available opportunity, which is typically the minute you’ve lost your right to sue the company because the statute of limitations has run on your case, and
  • try to discourage you from hiring an oilfield injury lawyer and filing a lawsuit so that the company avoids responsibility and avoids paying you the damages you deserve

Having successfully represented thousands of injured oilfield workers across Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, and the United States against the largest oil and gas companies in the world, our Oil Field Accident Lawyers have repeatedly demonstrated that we don’t just win for oilfield accident victims – we set records.

All consultations are free, there’s no commitment involved, and you won’t pay us a penny unless we win your case.

Call 1-888-603-3636, chat with us through our website, or send us a confidential email through the “Contact Us” form.

What You Need to Know After an Oilfield Accident

Despite what the company and its claims reps (insurance agents) may tell you, their number one priority is to pay you and your family substantially less than your case would be worth if you filed a lawsuit.

Some of the most common ways that oil and gas companies try to avoid responsibility after oilfield accidents include:

  • taking recorded statements from you as soon after the accident as possible – and before you’ve had a chance to talk to an oilfield accident attorney
  • hiring private investigators to follow, photograph and videotape the injured worker and his or her family members in an attempt to minimize the severity of their injuries
  • “losing” critical evidence that proves the company was at fault or that you were not at fault for the accident
  • blaming the injured worker for failing to “stop work” or perform a complete JSA or Hazard Analysis prior to starting the job
  • attempting to discredit the injured worker by obtaining conflicting statements from co-workers or “experts” hired by the company after the accident
  • minimizing the severity of the worker’s injuries by sending them to workers comp doctors who are hired and paid by the company or its insurer, and
  • using anything the injured worker or his or her family members post on social media to claim that the worker is exaggerating or lying about their injuries

Some companies will even attempt to require injured workers to sign documents that prevent them from being able to recover damages from the company before it will release the workers’ paychecks. Do not sign ANY paperwork until you’ve spoked to an experienced oil rig injury lawyer.

Oilfield Accidents Can Be Prevented: Hazard Recognition and Communication

Having successfully represented over 1,000 oil field workers in the worst accidents in history, we’ve learned that oilfield accidents, explosions, and injuries can always be prevented. To protect workers from hazards, companies have a duty to:

  • Identify unsafe conditions through hazard assessments, including job hazard analyses (JHAs).
  • Takes steps to eliminate any identifiable hazards and correct them before they result in an injury. If this isn’t possible, hazards should be managed with engineering and administrative controls that prevent use or access to the rig or equipment until they can be made safe.
  • Monitor hazards with regular inspections, audits, and safety reviews.
  • Ensure workers know how to identify potential hazards specific to the oil rig, well, equipment, and job site.
  • Train workers and contractors how to perform their jobs safely and what to do if the job becomes unsafe.
  • Communicate the appropriate safety plan to all workers involved in the work before it begins.

Performing a Job Safety Analysis to Prevent an Oil Field Accident

A JHA is one of the most effective ways to determine and establish safe work procedures in the oilfield, as the findings can be used to reduce or even eliminate any potential hazards. The goal of a JSA is to determine:

  • What can go wrong?
  • What are the consequences?
  • How could it arise?
  • What are other contributing factors?
  • How likely is it that the hazard will occur?

However, for a JHA to be effective, management must demonstrate its commitment to safety by following through to correct any dangers or uncontrolled hazards that are identified.

Oilfield Safety and Well Control

The worst outcome that can occur when working in the oilfield is a blowout. That’s why well control must always be a primary safety consideration for any drilling operation, whether onshore or off.

When well control is inadequate, the potential for a blowout – the uncontrolled release of oil, gas, and condensate from the well – and subsequent rig explosion increases dramatically.

While a blowout can happen at any point in the drilling process, completion, workover, and intervention activities account for a significant proportion of the well control incidents on Texas oilfields.

In fact, compared to development drilling, completion, workover, and intervention activities historically account for over one-third of all well control blowouts and explosions

That’s because:

  • Many workover operations are carried out to repair or replace failing equipment. Working on a well where integrity is already compromised substantially increases the risk of a catastrophic outcome.
  • Completions and workovers are typically performed with clear, solids-free fluids in the well. The risk of fluid loss is greater than when using mud.
  • Interventions are routinely performed with the well live (pressure at surface). Any failure of the pressure control equipment results in an immediate release of hydrocarbons
  • Unforeseen geological conditions can sometimes cause a blowout. For example, drilling activities may tap into a pressurized reservoir, causing well contents to “kick” up to the surface. However, in far too many cases, catastrophic blowouts result from inadequate or non-existent barriers, poor well management, and lack of training and oversight.
  • Drillers rely on barriers and blowout preventers to seal off a well in the event of a kick or other uncontrolled release of oil and gas. However, a blowout preventer is only effective if the equipment is well maintained and workers receive adequate training on its operation in an emergency.

Mitigating Other Oilfield Hazards

In addition to blowouts, fires, and explosions, oilfield workers face significant risks from the many other hazards typically present on a drilling site. Federal regulations and industry standards, like the American Petroleum Institute (API) regulations, are designed to mitigate these hazards and must be followed whenever working on a live oil rig.

Energy Sources: Lockout/Out Procedures

Process fluids, electricity, mechanical systems, and radiation are just some of the energy sources that can trigger an oilfield disaster. Drillers must adhere to LOCK OUT/TAG OUT procedures to prevent unexpected energy releases:

  • TAG the lock with a dated and signed tag that includes a “DANGER, DO NOT OPERATE” statement and the reason for the lockout
  • CLEAR the area of personnel and tools before attempting to start the equipment
  • TRY to energize the equipment locally to ensure the proper circuit is de-energized and an override does not exist

Hot Work Permitting Procedures

Hot work refers to any work that may lead to a fire, explosion, or release, including welding, hot tapping, grinding, or burning, as well as any work conducted by or near flammable or combustible gases or equipment that are capable of generating a spark.

To mitigate the risks associated with hot work, oilfield operators are required to:

  •  Make sure everyone on the job is authorized, trained, and competent to perform hot work activities
  • Obtain required hot work permits, then post copies of those permits at the worksite and the control room/field office until work is completed
  • Determine how many fire or line watches are needed
  • Conduct a safety meeting to discuss the hot work to be conducted
  • Periodically monitor hot work for compliance with permit requirements

Operators must also ensure that any worker assigned to fire watch understands how to read their LEL monitor, sound an alarm, properly use a fire extinguisher, and remain alert to sparks that could result in a fire or injure nearby workers.

Lifting and Hoisting Procedures

Static lifts and hoists that fail under load may lead to a falling weight or cable. A worker may also suffer crush injuries if they come between the moving load (or crane) and a fixed object. To prevent potentially serious and fatal accidents, lifting and hoisting procedures mandate that:

  • Only trained and credentialed workers operate rigging, hoisting, or lifting devices
  • Cranes are placed on a firm, level foundation and adequately secured before operating
  • Barricades are placed around cranes to restrict personnel and traffic flow from accidental contact
  • Workers conduct a pre-job safety meeting before executing the lift plan
  • Machine movement should only begin once the signaller is in sight and hand signals are understood
  • All emergency stop signals given by anyone must be obeyed
  • Personnel should not stand under or near the load being lifted or lowered
  • Before a lift begins, the crane operator should (1) assess the lift, the lift method, and equipment, (2) assure that the crane and load are correctly configured, (3) ensure that the outriggers and cribbing are used at all times while performing lifts·        Workers never ride on a load being hoisted

Confined Space Entry Procedures

Oilfield workers who enter confined spaces around a well site may be exposed to flammable or toxic gases and vapors. To prevent serious injuries, oil and gas drillers must:

  • Obtain necessary permits before allowing workers to enter a permit-required confined space
  • Ensure workers wear lifelines, harnesses, and other appropriate rescue equipment in a confined space
  • Assign a standby person/Hole Watch to maintain a list of those who entered and who will remain outside in direct communication with those inside
  • Conduct a pre-entry safety meeting to review the job details, precautions, and concerns
  • Contact the operator’s safety coordinator for help in confined spaces if there are any questions or uncertainties
  • Conduct atmospheric testing before and during entry
  • Make certain that an effective rescue plan is in place·        Periodically monitor confined space entry work or compliance with permit requirements

Trenching and Excavation

Cave-ins are the primary hazard associated with excavation and trenching operations while working in an oilfield. In addition to ensuring that excavations and trenches are properly designed and that escape routes are in place, oilfield companies must also ensure:

  • All buried lines have been located and marked before digging begins. Markings should remain in place throughout digging operations
  • Excavated soil, materials, and equipment are kept more than 2 ft away from the edge of excavations
  • A trained and competent person makes daily inspections of the excavation work site before the start of the work shift
  • Proper access and egress are provided
  • Assure those involved are authorized, trained, and competent
  • Workers who notice any evidence of possible cave-ins or slides should STOP WORK in the excavation immediately.

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With Billions in settlements and verdicts and the #1 largest oilfield accident recoveries in US history, our Oilfield Injury Lawyers have repeatedly demonstrated that we don’t just win for injured oil field workers — we set records.

If you or a loved one were injured or tragically killed in an oilfield accident or explosion, contact our Undefeated Oilfield Injury Lawyers for a Free Consultation at 1-888-603-3636, use the chat form on our website, or send us a confidential email through our Contact Form.

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Record Recovery in Permian Basin Oilfield Accident

A veteran oilfield worker was severely injured during a rushed job near Pecos, Texas, when a 500-pound drill pipe came loose, resulting in multiple broken bones. Despite spending weeks in the hospital and undergoing multiple surgeries and extensive rehabilitation, the operator and its insurance company terminated his worker’s compensation benefits and forced him to return to work before he made a full recovery. Realizing he needed to look out for himself and his family, he hired our Oilfield Accident Lawyers, who successfully settled the case for a record (and confidential) amount less than six months after filing the lawsuit.

Zehl & Associates are Your Champions

Choosing Zehl & Associates means more than just hiring a firm with a track record of record-breaking verdicts and settlements. When you work with Zehl, you’re getting the best and brightest. We’re deeply committed to you and your family and will devote whatever resources necessary to securing the largest recovery possible.

Our Undefeated Oilfield Injury Lawyers have won billions and recovered the largest highest verdicts and settlements in history. Our unprecedented results are the product of dedication, knowledge, experience, and refusal to settle for anything less than the maximum compensation possible.

If you or a loved one were injured while working in the oilfield, contact our Undefeated Oilfield Lawyers for a free consultation at 1-888-603-3636 or through our “Contact Us” form.

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