San Francisco, CA (Vocus) September 14, 2010
The Scarlett Law Group of San Francisco, whose website can be found at scarlettlawgroup.com, hereby announces that its team of San Bruno explosion lawyers is taking inquiries and scheduling free initial consultations for those who have been harmed by the San Bruno explosion that occurred on September 9, 2010. The firm has represented clients in explosion cases in the past and is offering these free initial consultations so that those who have been harmed can obtain an understanding of their legal rights and options.
On September 9, 2010, an explosion that was caused by the rupture of an underground gas pipe controlled and managed by the utility known as Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) inflicted heavy damage on the community of San Bruno. The explosion and subsequent fire where flames rose as high as 100 feet above ground to date has destroyed more than 50 homes completely, damaged more than 200 others, killed at least six people and injured dozens more.
The injuries sustained by those who survived the San Bruno explosion include several cases of severe burns and injuries sustained from smoke inhalation. The area surrounding the explosion was evacuated for a time as inspectors attempted to control the fire and to assess the damage. PG&E issued a statement after the explosion that admitted to their role in the situation.
San Bruno Fire Attorneys
Those who have been harmed by this San Bruno explosion need to have their legal rights and options reviewed by San Bruno explosion lawyers so that they can move forward in an organized and knowledgeable manner.
The Scarlett Law Firm is providing this preliminary legal help on a no-cost basis.
About the Scarlett Law Group
The Scarlett Law Group, based in San Francisco, is a team of California personal injury lawyers that has been helping individuals with legal representation in areas of law that include personal injury, auto accidents, environmental disasters, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and the like for several years.