November 10, 2021

A judge just granted final approval of the classes in the $626 million Flint water crisis settlement.

The latest ruling from federal court breaks down what plaintiffs need to provide in order to be paid damages under this settlement.

“This is a historic and momentous day for the residents of Flint, who will finally begin to see justice served. None of this would have been possible without the tireless advocacy from residents, who never gave up the fight. Though we can never undo what has occurred, this settlement makes clear that those who egregiously violate the law and harm their communities will be held accountable,” Ted Leopold, court-appointed co-lead counsel and Partner at Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll.

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