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Seneca Meadows Landfill Odor Class Action

Seneca Meadows Landfill is facing a class action lawsuit filed by neighboring residents who contacted Liddle & Dubin P.C. alleging that foul odors from the landfill blanket their homes and negatively impact their ability to use and enjoy their pr... Read More

Michigan Sugar Company Odor Investigation

Odors from the Michigan Sugar Company in Bay City have become such a nuisance that a large group of neighboring residents have reached out to Liddle & Dubin, P.C. to investigate and potentially file a class action lawsuit against the company.   

In fact, odors from Michigan Sugar have become so prevalent and so overwhelming, that approximately 800 complaints from affected residents were filed with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) last year alone.  This outrageously large number of complaints prompted the MDEQ to issue 10 Letters of Violation to the company for creating nuisance odors.

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September 29, 2016 Flood Investigation

If you suffered basement flooding or sewer backup on September 29, 2016, Liddle & Dubin can help.  

Michigan law dictates that basement flooding victims may be entitled to compensation. If a city fails to address operation or maintenance defects that it knew or should have known about, it can be held liable for causing your basement to flood.

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Lowell Energy Biodigester Odor Investigation

Liddle & Dubin, P.C. is currently investigating the emission of odors from the Lowell Energy AD biodigester in Lowell, Michigan.

Foul odors have been plaguing the area surrounding the biodigester, and neighbors have compared the smell to “road kill.”

The Lowell police have issued the plant more than a dozen citations this year, and the plant’s owners appear to have acknowledged that they have caused this problem, despite promising before the plant opened that it would not emit foul odors.

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