Your source of information for those impacted by the Flint Water Crisis.
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About This Site
Since 2016, a group of law firms have worked diligently in state and federal court to achieve justice for the harm caused by the Flint Water Crisis.
This website is an extension of their service to you.
Know the Legal Teams
Here are some of the teams working diligently for you:
First Friday Phone Calls:
Class Group Conference Call
Hear directly from the legal team about the ongoing status of the legal proceedings. You are encouraged to ask questions as well.
April 3, 2020, 6:00 pm
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The Flint Water Crisis Legal Team periodically offers updates on the legal proceedings.
Town Hall Meetings with the Legal Team
Group Conference Calls with the Legal Team
Periodic newsletters emailed to those impacted by the Flint Water Crisis
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Michigan says Flint residents
took too long to sue,
despite water assurances
Melissa Mays is tired.
Six years after a switch in drinking water sources changed her life in ways she is still discovering, the Flint mother of three took time off work Wednesday to travel to Lansing for Michigan Supreme Court arguments in a class-action lawsuit she and other residents filed against the state in early 2016.
Michigan Supreme Court to decide if Flint residents get day in court against Snyder and state
The Michigan Supreme Court will decide whether Flint residents will have their day in court against the state, former Gov. Rick Snyder and others through a proposed class action lawsuit.