We are having two Town Hall meetings this week to reach out to victims of train derailments in two states.
Maryville Tennessee residents impacted by the July 2 release of vinyl cyanide from a CSX train fire and derailment can come to the Blount County Public Library July 22 from 6-8 PM to discuss their legal questions and concerns. Several Tennessee residents reported injuries from being exposed to the vinyl cyanide fumes; others missed work or were evacuated from their homes. Attorneys from the Bryant Law Center of Paducah, Doug Nichol of Nichol and Associates of Knoxville and Fayard and Honeycutt of Denham Springs, La., will be present. Bryant and Fayard and Honeycutt have successfully represented thousands of derailment and chemical accident victims in Illinois, West Virginia, Kentucky, Michigan and Louisiana.
Then on the following day, July 23, we will attend our second Town Hall meeting in Fayette County West Virginia for people impacted by the Feb. 16 Mt. Carbon CSX shale oil train derailment and explosion. Hundreds of people came to our first meeting in Mt. Carbon. Folks on the opposite side of the Kanawha River in Boomer who were unable to attend our previous meeting or who want to discuss potential claims or concerns with attorneys are welcome to attend. Free snacks and drinks available in Boomer at the First Missionary Baptist Church from 6-8 pm. Attorneys on the case are Rod Jackson of Charleston WV, The Bryant Law Center of Paducah, Ky., Travis Griffith of the Griffith Law Center in Charleston, WV, and Fayard and Honeycutt of Denham Springs, La.