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After a comprehensive investigation, the Federal regulators of The National Transportation Safety Board have concluded that blame for the multiple wrongful deaths; and devastating personal injuries, suffered in an explosion that destroyed two 5-story apartment buildings in East Harlem, New York, must be assigned to both the City of New York and to Con Edison.

Federal investigators determined that Con Edison negligently failed to properly weld two gas pipes together, and that if they had done so, it would have prevented the deadly explosion.

The Federal Investigative Agency also determined that the devastating damages caused by the explosion could have been greatly avoided, if the City Of New York would have repaired a large hole in a nearby sewer main, which it had known about for nearly 8 years.

Our civil justice system is designed to hold those who are guilty of negligence accountable for the losses and the burdens imposed upon the victims. The Trial Lawyers at KEOGH CRISPI, PC have devoted their entire practice to obtaining justice our clients through successfully recovering financial compensation in the form of money damages. Please visit our website to learn more about the details of our proven record of longstanding success.

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