Staving off complaints of opportunism, plaintiffs attorneys are jockeying for position in the wake of yet another East Bay industrial disaster.

Three suits have been filed in Contra Costa County Superior Court stemming from the March 25 explosion at Chevron Corp.’s Richmond refinery. Two seek class action status. Several other attorneys say they are still working up cases, playing up their experience with previous toxic spills or looking for clients through advertising.

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