Keller Rohrback Investigating SoCal Gas’s Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak at Porter Ranch
Attorney Advertising. National class action firm Keller Rohrback L.L.P.
is investigating claims against Southern
California Gas Co. on behalf of residents of Porter Ranch, who have
been living with the consequences of a massive natural gas leak since
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Residents have complained about becoming sickened by the fumes from the
leaked natural gas and odorants, which reportedly can cause headaches,
nosebleeds, and other health problems. And a potential fix for the
leaking injection well is still likely months away.
According to the South
Coast Air Quality Management District, Southern California gas
Company’s Aliso Canyon Storage Facility has the capacity to store over
80 billion cubic feet of natural gas, and SoCal Gas operates about 115
injection/withdrawal wells at the site. One of those wells, Well SS-25,
is the source of the leak.
In addition to displacing residents and damaging their health, the gas
leak from the site is causing a massive environmental catastrophe by
releasing vast amounts of methane —a greenhouse gas— into the
atmosphere. The Los
Angeles City Attorney has called the leak “potentially the biggest
health emergency in the history of Los Angeles.”
Attorneys in Keller Rohrback’s Complex Litigation Group have
successfully represented individuals and class members in environmental
litigation issues relating to toxic exposures and environmental damage.
For example, Keller Rohrback represented fishermen, landowners, and
businesses located in Prince William Sound in their action against Exxon
to recover damages caused by the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. A federal jury
awarded a $5 billion judgment in favor of Keller Rohrback clients.
Additional claims against the pipeline owner were settled for $98
Keller Rohrback has also handled environmental litigation involving home
heating oil, contaminated drinking water, contaminated sediments,
landfill leachate, metal smelting and finishing wastes, tank farms,
chemical plants, gas stations, and major manufacturing concerns.
With offices in Santa Barbara, Oakland, Seattle, Phoenix, New York, and
Ronan, Keller Rohrback currently represents individual and businesses
affected by the May 19 oil spill in Santa Barbara County.
If you believe that you have been affected by the SoCal Gas leak, please
contact attorneys Matthew
Preusch or Daniel
Mensher at (800) 776-6044 or via email at email@example.com.
Attorney Advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
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