Liddle & Dubin, P.C., together with Oregon attorney Nick Kahl, have filed a class action lawsuit against AmeriTies West, LLC, the operator of a railroad tie plant in The Dalles, Oregon. The lawsuit alleges that the Defendant’s plant emits noxious odors which have interfered with its neighbors’ ability to fully use and enjoy their homes. These odors have been observed by many residents of the area surrounding the plant and by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.Read More
In association with Yosha, Cook & Tisch, Liddle & Dubin, P.C. has filed a class action lawsuit against the operators of the Clark/Floyd Landfill for the emission of odors. The Plaintiffs in the case allege that the odors have deprived them of the ability to fully use and enjoy their homes. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has issued numerous violations to the landfill’s operators following countless resident complaints.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
A class action settlement is pending with ArcelorMittal Monessen LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of ArcelorMittal USA, Inc. ("Defendant") in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
The lawsuit was brought by Viktoryia Maroz and Edward Tolliver ("Plaintiffs") against the Defendant seeking property damages (not personal injuries). Plaintiffs asserted various legal claims against the Defendant, based on the allegation that the noxious odors and air particulates ("emissions") were emitted by Defendant's facility, located at 345 Donner Avenue, Monessen, Pennsylvania 15062, and impacted nearby properties.Read More
On April 25, 2016, Liddle & Dubin PC filed a class action lawsuit against Advanced Disposal Services Arbor Hills Landfill, Inc after numerous residents contacted the law firm with complaints about excessive odors inundating their community. The Complaint alleges that noxious odors emitted from the landfill, located at located at 10690 Six Mile Rd, Northville, MI 48168, interfere with neighboring residents’ ability to use or enjoy their property.
The case seeks compensation for the nuisance created by the odors and for any negative impact the odors have had on property values. The odor lawsuit also seeks to change the way the Defendant operates the landfill in order to significantly reduce, if not eliminate, the emission of odors into the surrounding community.Read More