Crain's Covers Pitt Led Flint Contaminated Water Suit vs. Gov. Snyder

A group of residents has filed a class-action lawsuit against Gov. Rick Snyder, the State of Michigan and the City of Flint, as well as state and Flint municipal employees on claims related to lead contamination of drinking water in Flint.

Royal Oak-based law firm Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers PC issued a press release Sunday saying the plaintiffs claim health and property damages resulting from exposure to lead-tainted city water.

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