Fracking Water Contamination Attorneys
Free Legal Expertise for Fracking Water Contamination, Other Fracking Risks
- Are you concerned that fracking has led to water contamination in your drinking water?
- Were you hurt on the job at a fracking work site?
There's been quite a bit of coverage about Ohio fracking in the news lately. And while much of the attention has been paid to issues such as taxation, land rights and job creation, one fact remains: fracking can have a significant, negative impact on you and your community.
There have been lawsuits filed that deal with water contamination and other pollution-related issues connected to Ohio fracking. And, as with any industrial work site, workplace injuries can occur that may also require hiring an attorney to protect the worker's rights.
The personal injury
experts at Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA carry special expertise in protecting individual and community rights that can be critically important to those affected by this relatively new industry in our region.
If fracking has affected you personally, what should you do?
Individuals who have been injured by any aspect of the fracking process should contact Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA for immediate legal help. The firm is highly experienced in assisting personal injury victims with any legal situation, including potential workers' compensation claims and injury lawsuits. If a fracking accident involves an injury or death, the firm uses its 35 years of personal injury experience to obtain the maximum compensation for the client or his/her family.
Ohio property owners with water or land contaminated by a fracking well should consult Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA as soon as possible. The firm has the expertise and resources required to help clients affected by fracking water contamination make good decisions and protect their property as well as their health.
- Remember to act quickly to protect yourself and your family, preserve the evidence necessary to prosecute the claim, and hold the responsible parties accountable.
What is fracking?
Hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" is the process by which energy companies extract or pull natural gas from deep beneath the earth's surface. During fracking, water and a mixture of chemicals are forced under great pressure deep into layers of rock found thousands of feet below the surface of the ground. This water fractures shale and causes natural gas that is trapped in the shale to be released. The contaminated water is then pumped back to the surface and trucked away to disposal sites, while the natural gas is collected and eventually sold.
Call or e-mail our law firm today to schedule a no-obligation consultation regarding a fracking water contamination or injury issue.