Enable Midstream Partners Accident Lawyers
Representing Pipeline Accident Survivors & Injured Plant Workers
Enable Midstream Partners is one of the biggest midstream pipeline companies in the world. A publicly traded master limited partnership, Enable owns, operates, and develops natural gas and crude oil assets in major producing basins. The company is responsible for about 23,000 miles of pipelines and has the capacity to process 2.6 billion cubic feet per day, plus 85 billion cubic feet of storage capacity.
Enable Midstream was founded in 2013 and now has over 1,800 employees. It is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with a primary focus on the nearby basins in the South Central United States, such as the Permian, Barnett, Marcellus, and Utica Basins. Enable Midstream Partners is a subsidiary of CenterPoint Energy.
Companies like Enable must protect their workers and the communities they serve by observing proper safety precautions, maintaining equipment and pipelines, and observing environmental regulations. When accidents happen, at-fault parties should be held liable, and that’s what we at Arnold & Itkin are committed to accomplishing. In fact, we’ve won over $10 billion for the injured and wronged.
If you were injured in an accident involving any Enable pipeline or facility, we may be able to help you. Call (888) 493-1629 or contact us online for a free consultation.
Our Enable Midstream Injury Lawyers Can Help
Enable Midstream workers and the people who live near pipelines and facilities owned by Enable should not have to worry about their safety. Our attorneys believe in exposing the negligence and wrongful acts that lead to safety violations and poorly maintained pipelines and equipment. We help survivors and victims’ families get the support and treatment they need to move on.
Our firm has the resources and experience to take on cases involving:
- On-the-job injuries
- Plant and refinery accidents
- Pipeline explosions
- Gas leaks
- Chemical plant fires
- Heavy machinery accidents
- Oilfield accidents
- Gas truck accidents
Enable Pipeline Explosion in Garland County, Arkansas
On May 3, 2019, a natural gas pipeline owned by Enable Midstream Partners ruptured, spurring evacuations and road closures up to a mile away. The incident occurred in Garland County, Arkansas, near Highway North 7. No one was injured, but residents in the area reported hearing a thunderous explosion when the line ruptured. A clerk working at a store about four miles away said she and shoppers heard what sounded like an explosion or a loud thunderclap and then a constant roaring sound began, which lasted for about two hours. That was the sound of the pressurized gas escaping from the line.
Incidents like this one are proof of just how dangerous a pipeline leak or rupture can be. In this case, no one was injured. Residents experienced the confusion, fear, and inconvenience of evacuating their homes for a night. Some pipeline explosions are far worse, causing significant property damage and claiming lives. People who live near pipelines have been killed in their homes, unaware of the potential danger until it’s too late.
Choose a Skilled Enable Midstream Accident Lawyer
If you have been injured as the result of a pipeline explosion or gas leak, you could be entitled to financial compensation for your losses. This may include medical treatment, property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, and possibly more. Our Enable Midstream Partners accident attorneys can talk to you about your specific options and rights when you call for a free, confidential consultation.
Contact our firm today and receive a free, confidential consultation.