Natural Gas Trucking Accidents

It is estimated that drilling and fracking one gas well on the Marcellus Shale takes approximately 1,000 truck trips. Preparing the site and removing the gas requires water pumper trucks, tanker trucks for fresh and contaminated water, and trucks that carry sand, cement, well equipment, drilling equipment, chemicals and gas storage tanks.

Seeking Compensation For Serious Injuries

The number of large trucks involved in fracking causes accidents that seriously injure natural gas and pipeline workers as well as drivers of passenger vehicles. If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, speak with an attorney at Cormany Law PLLC. We have the knowledge and experience to protect your right to compensation for medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering. Call 304-720-3566 to schedule a free consultation with a West Virginia natural gas trucking accident lawyer.

Holding Negligent Drivers And Companies Accountable

Fracking vehicle accidents can happen for many of the same reasons as other commercial trucking accidents, including:

  • Reckless driving and speeding
  • Fatigue from working too many hours
  • Lack of training
  • Defective truck parts
  • Failure to maintain safe vehicles
  • Road defects
  • Distracted or drunk driving

Depending on the cargo the trucks are carrying, they may be extremely heavy. Some trucks carry dangerous chemicals and toxins, including natural gas. A collision with one of these trucks may result in fire or explosion.

Regardless of the cargo, a commercial truck can cause catastrophic or fatal injuries to people in passenger vehicles. We can represent people with injuries such as burns, broken bones, amputations, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, internal organ damage, lacerations and crush injuries. We also represent families who lose loved ones to wrongful death.

Tell Us About Your Gas Truck Accident Case

For a free consultation, please call 304-720-3566 or contact us online.