Property Contamination FAQs
Understanding Your Rights After Your Property Is Contaminated
You own your land. Your family owns your land. Oil and gas companies were only supposed to borrow it for a little while—extract natural resources without causing lasting damage. Unfortunately, that’s not what happened. Instead, they left your property irreversibly damaged—spoiling the soil, poisoning the water, leaving equipment to rot all over the place. If your property has been subject to oil and gas drilling operations and the gas corporation did not adequately clean up or caused permanent damage, then your property has been contaminated—and you are deserving of property remediation. In other words, the gas company needs to pay.
If your property has been contaminated, our law firm is here to help. Give us a call or click one of the questions to the right to learn more!