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KRCL has a renowned emergency response team ready to assist you around the clock, any day of the year.

Our personnel responds quickly. They bring decades of experience and a deep understanding of emerging incidents for our clients. In case of emergency, contact Marcy Rothman, 713.819.7652, or Catalina Booth, 713.594.7606.

Whether the situation is minor or catastrophic, whether our clients may have responsibility or may simply be targets due to their corporate or insured status, we are available to assist under emergent conditions. We guide our clients with law enforcement and in agency investigations. We capably marshal engineering and evidence preservation resources, and we routinely assess and address developing potential exposures, including in cases where litigation ensues. Our experience includes responding to incidents at or involving:

  • Plants
  • Refineries
  • Gathering and transmission facilities
  • Derailments
  • Railroad crossing accidents
  • Earth and equipment moving accidents
  • Crane accidents
  • Trespasser incidents
  • Commercial trucking accidents
  • Automobile collisions

We are a preeminent firm in Texas handling this kind of work. For over 30 years, Marcy Rothman, leader of this practice, has been responding to emergencies for clients in the field. The entire KRCL Emergency Response team also has decades of experience and handles casualties in the field all the time. It is what they do.

When the dust settles, and claims and litigation ensue, we have the battle-tested ability to counsel and represent our clients. If there is a way to resolve claims amicably or reasonably and that is the preference, we have experience in negotiating resolutions including mitigation of bet-the-company risks ranging into the hundreds of millions of dollars. If trial is necessary, our team is acclaimed for its ability to defend our clients’ interests through judgment and on appeal. We have a long history of verifiable favorable results at trial, defending our clients and, also in cost recovery matters.