Catastrophes Often Create Needed Change

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

The New London, Texas school exploded on March 18, 1937, thirteen minutes before dismissing classes for the day. Almost 300 of the 500 students died. How did this horrific tragedy change the natural gas industry to prevent future disasters?

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Natural Gas Safety

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

While accidents caused by gas leaks in homes are relatively rare, when they do occur they can be devastating.

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Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks Fires Pathologist

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founding Partner

Veterans Hospital Healthcare System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, AR, recently fired an “impaired” pathologist. Pathologists from around Arkansas and the region have volunteered to review the “impaired” pathologist’s cases dating back to 2005, including 5,250 cases involving patients who are now deceased.

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