The quantity of lead in Flint’s river system is 13,000 PPB. Exorbitantly higher than should ever be viable for human consumption
Common questions about the Flint Water Crisis
- Current property owners in Flint, MI;
- loss of property value;
- property damage or economic damages (damaged water pipes, purchase of bottled water, etc.)
- Parents or legal guardians of children with confirmed lead poisoning who lived in Flint on or after April 2014;
- Adults with confirmed lead poisoning who lived in Flint on or after April 2014;
- Individuals that have experienced any of the following injuries who have lived in Flint on or after April 2014:
- skin rashes;
- digestive problems;
- hair loss;
- cognitive (mental) emotional, or psychological problems;
- learning impairment;
- abdominal pain;
- kidney damage;
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If you have any additional questions about your case, please feel free to email us or call our Call Center at 1 (888)-444-5920 with the details. A member of our Client Services Team will be happy to assist you.
The litigation process varies for each case. It is not uncommon for a case to stretch out several years. Our commitment is to achieve the best outcome on your behalf. We appreciate your business, patience, and support during this time. And ask that you continue to cooperate by submitting any documents, forms, or records timely; as well as keeping your records up to date with us.
If you have any additional questions about your case, please feel free to email us or call our Call Center at 1 (888)-444-5920 with the details. A member of our Client Services Team, will be happy to assist you.