Lawsuit Against Dow Chemical Co. for Alleged Dioxin Contamination in MI

A legal notice (click here to view) was recently published in certain area newspapers explaining the change in status of the lawsuit known as Henry et al v The Dow Chemical Company, Saginaw County Circuit Court, Case Number 03-047775-NZ. 

The Circuit Court has determined that the lawsuit should no longer proceed as a class action.  Thus, individuals who owned property as of February 1, 2002 in the 100-Year Flood Plain of the Tittabawassee River in Saginaw County, Michigan and believe they have been damaged by Dow’s alleged dioxin contamination will need to file an individual lawsuit against Dow if they want to pursue their claims.

If you were the owner of real property within the 100-Year Flood Plain of the Tittabawassee River in Saginaw County, Michigan on February 1, 2002 and believe you have been harmed by Dow’s alleged dioxin contamination and want to pursue recovery of damages against Dow for the loss of use and enjoyment of your property and/or property value diminution, we would like to discuss with you your potential claims against Dow.

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