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 a culmination of their work and their attempts to keep the public up-to-date.
For specific questions about the proposed settlement, please contact the Flint Water Legal team using one of the following options.
Flint Water Crisis Class Counsel Legal Office is now open!
1188 Robert T. Longway Blvd
Flint, MI 48503
Hours: M - F 10 am - 4 pm
Handing out Registration Forms
Help filling out Registration Forms
Submitting Registration Forms to Claims Administrator
Answering questions: attorneys and staff
Making photocopies of documents
Please note that the office will be following strict COVID-19 safety precautions. You will be asked to fill out a COVID questionnaire for contact tracing.
Face masks are required for entry into the office.
There will be a limitation on how many people will be allowed into the office with the staff at a time, and overflow should anticipate remaining in their cars or waiting outside until they are admitted into the office. Please do not bring children with you (if possible), and follow the rules posted on the office door.
We will accommodate anyone with a disability; please contact us directly if you are in need of such services.
Know the Legal Teams
Here are some of the teams working diligently for you:
Additional Community Resources
The Flint Water Crisis team will continue to share additional community resources below.
Keep up with the latest news on the Flint Water Crisis
Fast Facts: Flint Water Crisis
Every Flint household to receive notice by mail for water crisis settlement
People in Flint will soon be able to read the proposed Flint water crisis settlement for themselves.
The U.S. District Court mailed out about 70 pages of information on the more-than $640 million agreement.
City of Flint, other defendants agree to settle water lawsuit as total boosted to $641.2M
LANSING — The city of Flint and two other defendants have joined a $600-million Flint water crisis settlement the state of Michigan announced in August, bringing the total value of the settlement in the lead poisoning case to $641.2 million, attorneys announced late Tuesday.
Federal judge sets Dec. 21 hearing on Flint water crisis settlement
FLINT, MI -- A federal judge says she will hear attorney arguments on a proposed $641-million Flint water crisis settlement on Dec. 21 and hopes to decide whether to give it preliminary approval by mid-January.
MARCH 2021: BONE SCAN LEAD TESTING
As you may have heard at the February 27th town hall, we have received some questions about the bone scan lead testing for purposes of the settlement. As we obtain additional information we will provide an update. Please note that the settlement does not require a bone scan lead test. There are many options for obtaining compensation from the settlement that do not involve bone scan testing.