Natural Gas Drilling Big Issue In President’s Second Term—dlp Lawyers Fighting For Victims In Lycoming, Bradford, Susquehanna And Tioga Counties

Posted by Joe Price & filed under DLP Law, Gas Drilling Injuries.


As President Obama looks forward to his second term, issues surrounding natural gas drilling in the Country are sure to be at the top of his “things to do ” list.   Because of fracking, the Country has become the leader in natural gas production.  Oil production has also spiked resulting in hopes that America can become energy dependent.  Against all of this success the President must balance environmental and anti-drilling concerns exerted by many of his most loyal supporters. Fears of water safety and other issues are high.  How much regulation by the Federal Government of the gas drilling industry will be debated in the near future.  The President will be walking a delicate tight rope as he makes his decisions conscious not to interfere in the natural gas boom currently overtaking the Country.

DLP continues to follow all issues affecting natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania.  DLP has become a leader in representing victims of serious accidents including  GAS DRILLING RIG,  QUARRY,  GAS TRUCK AND GAS CAR AND PICK-UP CRASHES.    The lawyers at DLP are handling cases throughout the Marcellus Shale region including Tioga,  Lycoming,  Bradford,  Sullivan,  Wyoming and Susquehanna Counties.

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Joe Price

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Joe Price is a trial lawyer serving Northeast Pennsylvania for the past thirty years. He is Board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. Attorney Price has successfully tried many diverse cases including cases against General Motors, Dollar General, Pennsylvania Department of State and numerous insurance carriers.

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