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Wyoming Trial Lawyer For Justice – Kent Spence

Kent has been honored with an award of top 100 trial lawyers in Wyoming by the National Trial Lawyers Association since 2008, and served as their President in 2004-5, And following in the footsteps of his Wyoming forefathers ……Jim Bridger, “Buffalo Bill” Cody, Jedediah Smith, Chief Washakie, and his father Gerry Spence,

Kent’s 30-year history of serving the people of America… exemplifies that same Code of Genuine Justice…. that Sense of Equality…. and that Tradition and Spirit of Hard Work and Self-Reliance which has formed the heart, the soul, and the backbone of one of America’s finest trial lawyers…. Kent Spence.

In this INSIDER EXCLUSIVE Investigative Network TV Special, “WYOMING TRIAL LAWYER FOR JUSTICE – KENT SPENCE”, our News Team “Goes Behind the Headlines” to visit with Kent at his home in Dubois, Wyoming.

Oil And Gas Explosion Trial Attorneys – Melton V. Encana Oil & Gas

On July 11, 2004, Mike Melton, an employee of Riley Industrial Services, a gas tank cleaning services company, was cleaning a “drain sump tank,” the toxic waste catch basin at EnCana’s natural gas plant near Moab, Utah, when an explosion occurred, as a result of EnCana’s violation of OSHA’s requirements to properly “lock out” and “tag” gas valves before opening the tanks. The Insider Exclusive will show proof of how EnCana falsely filed the OSHA permit, claiming that the “lock out/tag out” had occurred when it had not. As a result, Mike Melton suffered severe burns on his hands, wrists, and around his face, burning his ears, neck and hair (30% hearing loss). Mike has also developed an extreme case of CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) in his hands and arms. He now can’t use his hands in any type of work. The Insider Exclusive will show you how Mike’s lawyer, Kent Spence, took on EnCana and Mike’s former employer when they tried to blame Mike for their mistakes. The jury found EnCana 100% responsible, and after Kent Spence asked the jury for $21 million actual damages and $100 million in punitive damages, EnCana made a last ditch effort to avoid financial catastrophe with a final offer outside the courtroom doors.


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