The following gas line ruptures all took place within the last month. In one utility company’s territory in another state, 43 cases of homeowners and builders hitting underground natural gas lines took place, with another 46 happening in June.
Fire and Burn Injuries
We’ve already discussed how aging gas pipelines across Missouri, Illinois and the rest of the United States are putting many innocent lives at risk. Unfortunately, there are other dangers with gas pipelines than just their age that can cause
Making the decision to become what is termed a “whistleblower” and file a lawsuit under the False Claims Act can be difficult for those who fear retaliation from an employer. This, however, is the very reason that the False Claims Act was created:
Victims of burn injuries typically face a long and painful healing process. It can be difficult for both the victims and their family members to deal with the emotional and physical scars that such serious burn injuries can cause. Fortunately, burn
More U.S. gas explosions traced to aging iron pipelines A few weeks ago, we discussed the growing problem of the aging pipeline infrastructure that runs across Missouri, Illinois, and the rest of the United States. Unfortunately, the problem with
Most Missouri or Illinois residents know that suffering through horrific burn injuries can be devastating for victims themselves, but many people underestimate just how difficult it can be for family members and caregivers. In fact, studies show
Deadly gas explosions caused by aging pipeline infrastructure? Fires can happen without warning, forever changing the lives of victims and their families in an instant. Burn injuries are some of the most debilitating that a Missouri or Illinois