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Flint, Michigan, Water Crisis: Victims to Receive $600 Million Settlement

Residents and businesses of Flint, Michigan, would be eligible for payments from a victim compensation fund under a $600 million preliminary settlement announced Thursday of civil lawsuits arising from the contamination of their drinking water with toxic lead.

“The residents of Flint were victims of horrendous decisions by the state, its employees, and other defendants that have resulted in tragic and devastating consequences,” said Florida attorney Ted Leopold, who was appointed by a federal judge, along with Michigan attorney Michael Pitt, to lead class-action litigation that combined scores of individual lawsuits.

“While we can never undo the damage that occurred to the citizens and community of Flint, we are pleased that today we were able to secure a measure of justice.”

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