TPC Plant Explosion in Port Neches
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Brent Coon & Associates is working diligently for the people of Southeast Texas by representing those that were affected by the TPC explosion. Brent Coon & Associates filed a temporary restraining order on November 27, 2019 with the Jefferson County District Courthouse to preserve evidence while investigating the cause of the explosion. That order was extended on December 10, 2019 by Judge Mitch Templeton, Judge for the 172nd State District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. The extension allows lawyers representing residents in the area impacted time to request and examine equipment and documents and prohibits TPC from damaging or destroying any potential evidence related to the case. Brent Coon & Associates is currently taking all clients related to this incident. If you or someone you know has been affected by the TPC explosion, give us a call at 409-222-2222.
Types of Claims
If you have experienced damage to your property due to the TPC explosion, call BCA today!
It is too early to see the extent of the damages to property following the explosion. If you file a claim with TPC themselves, they will require you to sign a release. This will ensure that you cannot take any legal action against TPC, which means that you cannot receive any more money if the damage on your property exceeds what they agree to pay you. Licensed inspectors need to assess the damage to your property before you sign documents that state you cannot take legal action against TPC. Protect yourself, protect your property, call an attorney.
Symptoms may include nightmares or unwanted memories of the trauma, avoidance of situations that bring back memories of the trauma, heightened reactions, anxiety, or depressed mood. If you have been experiencing symptoms of PTSD following the explosion, our experienced team can assist you. Call BCA right now!
Loss Of Wages
If you have or will experience loss of wages due to the TPC explosion, you deserve compensation. Whether your place of employment was shut down temporarily, permanently or you were unable to make it to your place of employment due to the explosion, BCA can help you!
Business Interruption and Loss Of Revenue
If your business was affected by the TPC explosion, call BCA today! Whether your business was forced to shut down temporarily, permanently or you experienced a loss of revenue due to the explosion, BCA is here to help you!
If you were forced to evacuate due to the TPC explosion and incurred costs due to the mandatory evacuation, call BCA today!
If you have been experiencing health concerns due to the TPC Explosion, our personal injury lawyers can help. Call BCA today!
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