Environmental Lawsuits

Nnadili v. Chevron U.S.A., Inc.: Case No. 02-1620 (D.D.C.). Represented owners and residents of properties in the District of Columbia that were contaminated with gasoline constituents from leaking underground storage tanks that were installed by Chevron. The plaintiffs, who resided in over 200 properties in the Riggs Park neighborhood of Northeast Washington, D.C., alleged that Chevron’s contamination interfered with the use and enjoyment of their property, impacted their property values, constituted a trespass on their land, and caused fear and emotional distress. The United States Environmental Protection Agency conducted an extensive investigation into the contamination. After approximately five years of litigation, the case settled for $6.2 million.

Ross et al. v. USX Company (Clairton Coke Works): Case No. 17-08663 (C.C.P. Allegheny County). Represented the citizens of Allegheny County against the Clairton Coke Works plant which emitted pollutants to the detriment of residents. Final approval was granted on a settlement worth $2 million divided among the impacted residents. For more information, visit:  https://www.ldclassaction.com/class-action/us-steel-clairton-class-action-settlement/

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