New Gas Drilling Well Permits Sought In Western Pennsylvania; Permits Delayed—-dlp Lawyers Collect Millions Of Dollars In Settlements In Marcellus Shale Counties Of Bradford, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Tioga And Lycoming

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


Natural gas drilling companies are starting to request gas drilling permits for new natural gas drilling rigs.  Recently, permits were requested for multiple drilling rigs in Robinson Township,Washington County.  Robinson is one of the communities with strict zoning regulations on natural gas drilling.  The Supervisors are moving cautiously on the applications.  At least one of the requested drill sites abuts a golf course.  Notwithstanding the delay, the requested permits are a sure sign that natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania is still big business.   The debate merely reflects the continuing concerns by local authorities over environmental concerns for people living in the community.

The 13 Trial lawyers at DLP have collected millions of dollars in settlements for clients over the past 35 years.  DLP lawyers are handling serious cases throughout Pennsylvania’s marcellus Shale Region.  DLP curently or recently has handled cases in Lycoming, Tioga, Potter, Clinton. Sullivan, Bradford, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming Counties.   DLP has four (4) offices in Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wayne Counties to serve its clients.   DLP lawyers make house calls to rural areas and clients

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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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