TPC Explosion Town Hall Meeting Monday. Get your questions answered!

TPC Explosion Town Hall Meeting Monday. Get your questions answered!

 When: Monday, December 9, 2019

Where: Groves Community Center: 6150 39th St, Groves, TX 77619

Who should attend: Everyone with questions or concerns regarding the TPC explosion   

 

Brent Coon & Associates will hold a town hall meeting on Monday, December 9th at 4:00PM, located at the Groves Community Center. BCA Founder Brent Coon will  speak at 4:30PM and 6:30PM that evening. We will continue to host such meetings here for the convenience of clients and other interested parties through the foreseeable future, usually at the same time and day of week. We concluded a full morning recap of this incident with all the area media channels and newspapers Friday morning, which will also be covered more on local news channels and other press through the weekend.

The town hall meeting will cover the litigation related to the TPC Explosion and will give those in the community the opportunity to ask questions and speak with attorneys that are knowledgeable in this type of litigation. BCA is one of the leading law firms in the country on these types of legal matters and can address just about any questions related to the incident and resulting damages. While we have a National presence in this type of litigation, our home office and headquarters have always been right here in Jefferson County.

This meeting is a great opportunity for our clients and those in the community to attend and get their questions answered. Our current clients are encouraged to attend the town hall meeting and to bring their friends and family. You do not have to be a current client to attend the meeting.

Brent Coon & Associates knows how important it is to inform our neighbors of the steps that they can take to protect themselves, their loved ones and their property. We will explain and recap the causes of the plant explosion, what chemicals were released, what health and property concerns should be considered and addressed, how to protect your interests in examining structural property damage, evacuation damages, business interruption damages and other adverse impact. We will also cover what you should do, and shouldn’t do, in the event you are contacted by TPC representatives. This area is still at high risk, as a recurring shelter in place reminds us. There is much more for concerned neighbors of this plant to know and we can provide much of that information.

This briefing will include what our investigations have revealed to date, which includes what the plant actually makes and how, the chemicals involved and at issue, what we believe the process system failures were that caused the explosion, what our experts and investigators have found out, as well as what firm attorneys have been able to find out from discussing the matter with numerous witnesses over the last week.

We hope you are able to attend and bring those in your community.

ABOUT BCA:  Brent Coon & Associates was founded in 2001 by triple board certified Brent Coon, an attorney who has already gained national recognition as a high impact trial attorney with multiple high profile multi-million dollar verdicts all over the country. Today, with several satellite offices around the country and hundreds of associated firms in various practice areas, BCA is one of the most recognized trial law firms in the nation and the epitome of the 21st century law practice. Brent Coon & Associates employs a full complement of aggressive litigators with solid experience in individual and complex multi-party, occupational/environmental, health and personal injury cases.
BCA is a public policy firm and has worked with numerous state and federal investigative agencies, including the Department of Justice, multiple state Attorneys General, the United States Chemical and Hazards Investigation Board.  BCA serves as institutional or advisory counsel to numerous agencies and organizations, including the United Steelworkers, pilot unions, railroad and other transportation unions. Their work in this arena has led to widespread improvements in the safety and working conditions of industries throughout America and abroad.

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