Methane Leak in Bradford County - Natural Gas Drilling

Posted By Rogan Law || 13-Jul-2012

Methane may have leaked into drinking water in Bradford County!

According to the Scranton Times-Tribune, the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) released a letter stating that the methane gas likley leaked out of a drilling station.

Local streams and drinking wells were reportedly bubbling from gas that had leaked into the water.

If you are concerned that you may be at risk of drinking polluted water, you need an experienced Marcellus Shale lawyer to defend your rights from big drilling companies. The natural gas boom has brought in a lot of money, trucks, and industrial chemicals to Northeast Pennsylvania and citizens need to be aware of the risks that follow.

Call ROGAN LAW for advice from an aggressive Scranton personal injury attorney.

A natural gas lawyer can help defend your property and health. Don't risk polluted wells and streams without knowing the facts about natural gas.

Negligence by a gas company could injury you or a loved one.

Call a Scranton personal injury lawyer today at ROGAN LAW and defend your rights as a citizen.

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