Louisiana Chemical Plant Explosion
Ashcraft & Gerel is currently accepting clients who were injured or suffered a loss as a result of the June 13, 2013 chemical plant explosion at Williams Chemical Plant in Geismar, Louisiana.
The Williams Chemical Plant makes highly flammable gases, and puts out about 1.3 billion pounds of ethylene and 90 million pounds of polymer grade propylene a year. According to Louisiana State Police, the explosion occurred around 8:30 a.m, and a two-mile radius has been set up around the area.
We encourage all those who are impacted by this incident to seek legal advice to ensure their interest are protected.
The legal team at Ashcraft & Gerel (including our Louisiana partners at Herman, Herman & Katz) are highly experienced in these kinds of tragic incidents. We’re proud that across the country—from the recent explosion of a fertilizer plant in West, Texas to a major accident that trapped miners in a West Virginia coal mine—neighbors and communities turn to us to represent their interests when tragedy strikes.
Contact us today if you’ve been impacted by the Geismar, Louisiana chemical plant explosion and want to understand your rights.