Water Contamination: Has Fracking Put You At Risk?

New Reports, Lawsuits, and Studies raise awareness as to the risk of water contamination and well contamination from the so-called environmentally safe procedure known as “fracking.”

Drinking Water Contamination From Fracking

Drinking Water Contamination From Fracking

Have you suffered property damage, water contamination, contamination of water supplies, or other injuries associated with the natural gas drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing or fracking? Also known as shale gas drilling, fracking is booming in the Marcellus shale, Barnett shale, Fayetteville shale and elsewhere in the U.S. While the natural gas industry touts hydraulic fracturing as a means of economic development and energy independence, lawsuits allege that groundwater contamination and drinking water contamination have occurred because of fracking. Opponents of fracking assert that this type of drilling has also resulted in excessive air pollution and even caused earthquakes in communities where hydraulic fracturing has boomed.

How To Receive Compensation For Your Fracking Injuries or Water Contamination

If you believe your drinking water well was contaminated by fracking, or you sustained other property damaged or health problems that you believe could be related to this type of natural gas drilling, the experienced toxic substance and environmental lawyers at Gilman Law LLP may be able to help you obtain maximum compensation for you damages or injuries. Our firm is offering Free Fracking Lawsuit Consultations to anyone whose health or property has been negatively impacted by fracking. To discuss your fracking lawsuit with the experienced legal team at Gilman Law LLP, please contact us today by calling us toll free or completing the form to the left of this screen.

You may also visit our Florida Accident Injury Law Firm website to speak with an experienced accident injury lawyer concerning other personal injury claim.

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