Class Action Lawsuit Over Massive Chemical Explosion Filed Against EQ Industrial Services & EQ Holding Company

A class action lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, Raleigh Division, on behalf of thousands of individuals and businesses in and around Apex, North Carolina against EQ Industrial Services and EQ Holding Company, alleges that the explosion and massive fire at EQ’s facility in Apex, North Carolina was a result of the company’s negligence, which needlessly endangered the safety of thousands of people, damaged property and interrupted business activity.

The suit seeks remedies for claims involving personal injury, property damage and business interruption.

The lawsuit alleges that EQ’s negligent actions caused a massive chemical explosion, resulting in chlorine and other hazardous materials to enter the air and surrounding community. Chlorine gas is highly toxic and was used as a chemical weapon during World War I. Residents and businesses in Apex, North Carolina, and surrounding areas, suffered injuries and damages, and will continue to suffer substantial losses into the future.

Link [biz.yahoo.com/pz/061007/106442.html]

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2 Responses to “Class Action Lawsuit Over Massive Chemical Explosion Filed Against EQ Industrial Services & EQ Holding Company”

  1. Phyllis Says:

    I’m a victom of the Apex EQ chemical explosion of October, 2006. I just heard we can receive $700 in settlement - how do I submit a claim? Thank you.

  2. Goozle Says:

    The first thing you must do is get in a time machine and travel back to the time when all the necessary documentation was being completed by all the other residents of Apex who wished to be part of the lawsuit. With the aforementioned step not being possible at this point in time, you are in the SOL class of this settlement. At this late stage of the game, you can elect to hire a separate lawyer…if you can find one who’d take on a losing battle such as yours. You’re welcome.

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