Attorney Ven Johnson Returns to Flint to Discuss Flint Water Class Action

Mar 18, 2016, 10:14 ET from Johnson Law, PLC

DETROIT, March 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Ven Johnson of Johnson Law, PLC will be back in Flint this weekend to speak with victims of the Flint Water Crisis. All Flint residents are invited to attend the free informational meeting Saturday, March 19 from 1:00-3:30 pm at Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church, 1227 East Bristol Road in Burton, MI.

Johnson Law, PLC, working in partnership with environmental class action law firm Liddle & Dubin, P.C. filed a federal class action lawsuit on behalf of victims of the Flint Water Crisis in February. Though many lawsuits have been filed none have been granted class action status yet by any state or federal court.

Attorney Ven Johnson, a Saginaw native, knows he's facing an uphill battle but plans to continue fighting. "While the Governor uses state funds to hire defense attorneys, the residents of Flint are left to fend for themselves." Johnson continued, "How do you tell a parent that they have no recourse for the irreparable damage done to their children as a result of lead poisoning? What do you tell those people whose pets have been poisoned, whose property is worthless, whose businesses have gone under? They deserve answers and they deserve justice."

Flint residents can find out more about the suit and Saturday's meeting by visiting www.LDClassaction.com/flint or calling 1-855-VEN FIGHTS.

Liddle & Dubin, P.C. is a Detroit based law firm that focuses on environmental class actions throughout the country. They have helped tens of thousands of people hold the government and private companies responsible for environmental contamination.

Johnson Law, PLC, also based in Detroit, has worked on some of the biggest, most complex, and high profile personal injury cases in America. Over the past few years, Ven Johnson and his team have tried and won numerous multi-million dollar jury verdicts, including Michigan's largest personal injury jury verdict in 2015, $22.6 million.

 

SOURCE Johnson Law, PLC



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