Land Contamination Issues

Land contamination is a dangerous situation that affects a large number of people. If your property has been damaged by an oil company, if you are facing air or water contamination issues, or if you are an oil and gas company who has been wrongly accused of contaminating property, you can rely on our hard-working and dedicated team of Eagle Ford Shale business litigation attorneys at Dunn Sheehan, LLP. We are ready to help.

Land contamination is caused by several types of activities including but not limited to:

  • Wastewater
  • Soil contamination
  • Chemical dumping
  • Chemical spill

We are passionate about serving business and property owners throughout the community like you. No matter how large or small your company or property is, we are on your side. Our extensive knowledge of oil and gas laws, statewide regulations, and business law allow our lawyers to aggressively represent and advocate for our clients in court.

Each member of our firm is devoted to improving the administration of justice and providing public service programs for the community. We stand for these ideals and will work tirelessly to help you reach a favorable outcome in your case.

Contact Dunn Sheehan, LLP

We are dedicated to our pursuit of justice for business and property owners. Call Dunn Sheehan, LLP at (888) 259-8147 to schedule a case consultation with one of our lawyers.

Eagle Ford Shale

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Eagle Ford Shale
500 N Shoreline Blvd #710,
Corpus Christi, TX 78401

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