Air Pollution Experts & Geologist to Meet With Porter Ranch Residents to Discuss Massive Porter Ranch Gas Leak
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 05, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Attorney R. Rex Parris whose law firm filed an 85 page class action lawsuit on behalf of dozens of plaintiffs and Save Porter Ranch harmed by Southern California Gas Company’s (SoCalGas) massive gas leak in Aliso Canyon will meet with Air pollution experts on Tuesday, December 8th at 6 pm to discuss the massive Porter Ranch gas leak.
The community meeting where affected residents will be able to ask independent experts questions will be held at the Odyssey Restaurant, 15600 Odyssey Drive, Granada Hills, CA 91344. Former state regulators will explain how federal and state laws are being violated and will explain how the danger to the hard working families in Porter Ranch is not over even after this leak is plugged.
“The unprecedented leak has unleashed an uninterrupted flow of gases and fluids, including methane, methyl mercaptan, and aromatic hydrocarbons have sickened hundreds of the 30,000 residents who live in Porter Ranch,” said R. Rex Parris. “This meeting will allow Porter Ranch residents to hear from real experts about the toxic impacts from the air contamination being released by the massive failure of a Southern California Gas Company injection well,” added Parris.
Last week, Parris filed a class action complaint that names Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE) and its California utility Southern California Gas Company.
For a copy of the complaint, click here. For a copy of the letter sent to state officials, click here.
About The R. Rex Parris Law Firm For over 30 years, R. Rex Parris has devoted his practice to protecting the rights of injured people and aggrieved workers. Rex and his dedicated team provide thorough, high-quality representation with integrity and compassion. These lawyers fight aggressively against corporate defense attorneys and insurance companies to ensure their clients get the compensation they deserve. For more information, visit rrexparris.com.
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