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East Ohio Gas Sued In Fatal House Explosion

Published March 1, 2011 by Scott Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney

The husband of a woman who died as the result of their house exploding and burning in Eastlake on January 28, 2009, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against East Ohio Gas Company (EOG), according to wkyc.com.

The lawsuit alleges the company was negligent in the pipe installation which led to the gas explosion by using plastic pipe instead of steel pipe to connect the EOG gas line into the home. The plastic pipe cracked and allowed gas to escape into the home where an appliance’s motor in the kitchen ignited the gas.

The couple, both 88 years old at the time of the incident, was trapped inside the house. The fire leveled their home and destroyed all their belongings. The husband was critically injured in the fire and his wife died 18 hours later

Wrongful death cases are always emotional. You should not release anyone from liability without first knowing all of your legal rights and what redress is available to you and your family. Scott C. Gottlieb, Injury Law Attorney, has vast experience in wrongful death law suits. If you feel you or a loved one has suffered due to wrongful death, call our 24- hour answering service at (607) 304-4121 or contact us via our online contact form. There are no case-review costs.

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