Town Hall Meeting for Pennsylvania Train Derailment Victims
Town Hall Meeting Information
On May 30, 2023, Albert A. Torrence Attorney-At-Law of Beaver, PA, and the Bryant Law Center of Paducah, KY, are joining forces to host a town hall meeting for Pennsylvania residents affected by the recent East Palestine, OH train derailment. The meeting will be held at the New Galilee Fire Hall located at 606 Centennial Ave, New Galilee, PA 16141, at 6:00 pm. This town hall meeting aims to provide a platform for victims to share experiences, ask questions, and receive vital information about their legal rights and options. All members of the community are invited and encouraged to attend.
- Date: May 30,2023
- Time: 6 P.M.
- Location: New Galilee Fire Hall, 606 Centennial Ave, New Galilee, PA 16141,
Over 20 Years of Experience
The East Palestine train derailment deeply impacted many individuals and families in western Pennsylvania. Many individuals have concerns about the health of themselves and their families, while others may be experiencing negative effects on their property values or losses to their business. To support those affected, the Bryant Law Center is joining forces with a team of skilled lawyers and experts from renowned firms, including Fayard and Honeycutt, Strauss Troy Attorneys-At -Law, Davis Environmental Law, and Albert A. Torrence Attorney-At-Law. These firms will leverage their collective expertise for the benefit of the East Palestine train derailment victims.
The Bryant Law Center has extensive experience in handling train derailment cases nationwide. Mark Bryant, President of Bryant Law Center, commented “The effects of train derailments are devastating for everyone involved. We are dedicated to holding Norfolk Southern accountable and recovering damages for our clients.”
With a distinguished track record in handling train derailment cases nationwide, the Bryant Law Center has successfully secured justice and compensation for numerous victims and their families, including notable cases in Tamaroa, IL (2003), Rockford, IL (2009), West Point, KY (2012), Maryville, TN (2015), and Mt. Carbon, WV (2015). Learn more about the Bryant Law Center’s train derailment experience here.