Today our episode conversation was sparked by the Intercontinental Terminal Company plant fires in Houston. Reading articles led us to a quote from a Houston attorney by the name of Mo Aziz. Mo was kind enough to take time out of his day to be a part of our podcast.
His experience plant fires and explosions is recent and varied. He was involved in litigation in the West Fertilizer Plant Explosion from 2014-2017. Mo is also involved in Arkema litigation that is current and ongoing.
We had the pleasure of discussing plant safety and policies in regard to West, Arkema, ITC and in general with Mo. Listen in as we get an attorney’s perspective on how quality matters.
Feel free to explorer the articles we used in our own research
The Oldest Plaintiffs’ Trial Law Firm in Texas.
Mo Aziz Bio
Mo Aziz is a Partner at the Houston personal injury law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, an invitation-only organization of trial lawyers. Mo served on the Plaintiff’s Executive Steering Committee in the West Fertilizer Plant Explosion litigation from 2014 to 2017. He was able to secure settlements on behalf of 95 clients and this case was the first time in history that Plaintiffs were successful in products liability claims against Ammonium Nitrate manufacturers. In 2016, Mo represented the family of an exploding Takata airbag victim against Honda and Takata and the case was confidentially settled within four months. He reached a confidential settlement in a Title IX lawsuit against Baylor University on behalf of a sexual assault victim. Mo is currently involved in significant national litigation, including: Las Vegas Route 91 Mass Shooting litigation; Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics litigation as a result of Larry Nassar’s sexual assault of female athletes; Arkema litigation in which he represents several dozen first responders injured from the explosions that occurred during Hurricane Harvey; complex flood litigation arising from Hurricane Harvey against developers and engineering firms; and Kuraray EVAL Plant litigation in which he represents several individuals injured as a result of the May 19, 2018 explosion at the plant. In 2018, he was named to the Top 100: Houston Super Lawyers list for the third year, the Texas Super Lawyers list for the sixth year, and was honored by the South Asian Bar Association of Houston with the Distinguished Member Award.
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