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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Water contamination and Flint Michigan

Can I file lawsuit for water contamination?

Asked 27 minutes ago - Springfield, MA
Practice area: Personal Injury
Hi. I have been sick in & out the hospital and back and forth to The doctors over the last year or two because I've been so ill and they didn't know what was causing it but I kept getting basic blood test done over the years showing as normal but i recently was hospitalized and did a full blood culture and found out I have poison in my blood because water contamination from my house. My question is who do I take legal action against? And can I sue for personal injury and pain and suffering? I have been diagnosed with gastritis and my tonsils were taken out because I kept and tonsillitis every month because of bacterial infection and prescribed all of these pain medicine & I have long lasting chronic pain that doesn't go away . because they thought it was flu I wasn't treated for this issue but it was the infection in my blood causing chronic pain shortness of breath and dizziness.

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  1. Answered From the flood of lawyers going to flint michigan, I would say yes. In general the the rules of sovereign immunity protect municipal governments and this would be a very expensive case to prove. You need to contact a local attorney to get the best opinion.
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