As of 2018, there were more than 2.5 million miles of gas distribution, gathering, and transmission pipelines in the United States. And there were over 215,800 miles of liquid commodity pipelines across the country. Liquid commodities include biofuel, carbon dioxide, crude oil, HVL Flamm Toxic, and refined PP. In 2018, there were 90 serious injuries and seven fatalities because of pipeline explosions not caused by “fire first” incidents — those in which something other than the gas system caused a release of gas. If you have been injured in a pipeline explosion or lost a loved one because of such an incident, fill out this form for a free case evaluation.