Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 18, 2018 - A natural gas rig explosion killed five men. Autopsies indicated they died of smoke inhalation and burns.
The deadly blast occurred near Quinton, about 100 miles southeast of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The state medical examiner determined that the deaths were an accident. According to an incident report the explosion happened when an uncontrolled release of gas caught fire. An onsite worker unsuccessfully attempted to shut the well down.
Wrongful death lawsuits were filed by the estates of each of the deceased men. Negligence in the workplace may be an issue in the lawsuits.
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Pre-settlement funding can be arranged from anywhere in the United States by calling Litigation Funding Corporation’s toll-free number 1.866.LIT.FUND (548-3863). “We are happy to provide a free, no-obligation consultation,” said Monroe.
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