65-year-old deceased mesothelioma victim (Utah resident) who was exposed through his work as a construction laborer and truck mechanic
On November 27, 2019, a series of explosions and a chemical fire at the Texas Petroleum Chemical plant in Port Neches resulted in widespread evacuations, property damage, and the release of harmful toxins.
Since the incident, officials have confirmed the presence of asbestos in blast debris, and have taken action against TPC over numerous environmental and safety violations that may have led to the event.
Bailey Cowan Heckaman represent residents across Port Neches who were affected by the explosions, and our nationally recognized trial lawyers have been appointed by the Court to coordinate TPC litigation on behalf of all plaintiffs. We are available to discuss your potential claim.
Bailey Cowan Heckaman has deep ties to the Port Neches area – the same community our very own Aaron Heckaman’s familycalls home. All three of our Partners have also been appointed to lead roles in the TPC Group Litigation currently pending in Orange County District Court:
BCH is committed to moving the TPC Group litigation forward following delays caused by COVID-19 and Hurricane Laura, which caused damage to the local courthouse. While every case is different, those affected by the Port Neches explosions may be entitled to financial compensation for their losses.
If you were affected by the TPC explosions, you may be entitled to compensation for:
If you have questions about your rights or whether you may have a potential TPC plant explosion lawsuit, call or contact us online to speak with an attorney.
In the months following the explosions, state and federal regulators have made alarming discoveries about alleged violations at the TPC Port Neches plant, potential risks of toxic exposure, and TPC’s continued failures.
Bailey Cowan Heckaman is an award-winning Texas-based civil trial law firm that has recovered millions in compensation for clients across the country. Our attorneys have extensive experience spearheading high-stakes litigation over toxic exposure, asbestos and mesothelioma, and industrial accidents, and are helping coordinate the multi-district litigation (MDL) against TPC.
If you would like more information about the TPC Group Litigation and your rights to file a civil lawsuit over damages caused by the November explosions, please contact us to request a FREE case review.