TPC lawsuits finally allowed to proceed through consolidation order to local Judge Courtney Arkeen, 128th District Court Judge, Orange County, Texas.  The explosions ripping through the TPC plant last November resulted in the total destruction of the facility and massive damage to surrounding properties.  Evacuation orders and rolling shelter in place advisories continued for weeks…

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TPC Group faces $514,692 in fines from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and is accused of three willful violations — the most severe and rare category used by the agency — after OSHA concluded its investigation into the Nov. 27 plant explosion in Port Neches. OSHA announced its conclusions Wednesday, giving some of the…

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JEFFERSON COUNTY JUDGE EXTENDS ORDERS PRESERVING AND PROTECTING EVIDENCE IN THE TPC EXPLOSION   Judge Mitch Templeton, Judge for the 172nd State District Court of Jefferson County, Texas, signed orders Tuesday extending the temporary restraining orders he initially entered the date of the TPC explosions in Port Neches last Wednesday. This extension will give lawyers…

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Brent Coon & Associates will hold two town hall meetings on Monday, December 16th at 4:30PM and 6:30PM, located at the Groves Community Center. BCA Founder Brent Coon will speak at 4:30PM and 6:30PM. Brent Coon & Associates will continue to host such meetings for the convenience of clients and other interested parties through the…

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 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…

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The widow of a man who is the first and potentially only person to have reportedly died as a result of the TPC Group explosion is announcing her intent to sue the company. Darlene Fontenot’s husband Trent had a heart attack shortly after last week’s blast, according to Attorney Brent Coon. She was one of…

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The Southeast Texas chemical manufacturing plant, owned by Houston-based Texas Petroleum Chemical Group, has a long history of environmental violations and been out of compliance with federal clean air laws for years. Brent Coon & Associates is taking claims regarding the TPC explosion. Click here to learn more. The Port Neches chemical plant where two…

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