Our firm is pursuing a class action for residents near an International Paper facility near Pensacola, Florida. We are working with the firm of Levin Papantonio on this case. We believe that the International Paper facility has historically had fly ash leave the mill and blow over on to surrounding properties. We intend to prove that over time harmful substances such as arsenic have been deposited on these properties. This type of deposit will diminish the value of the homes in the area and is certainly a nuisance. We are continuing with discovery and hope to submit to the court our class action certification motion late this summer.
We have had an opportunity to meet with many of the residents in this area and they would like to see the amount of fly ash leaving the mill drastically reduced or eliminated. Many of our clients have lived near the mill for years and while they appreciate the positive impact businesses such as this one have on the community, they do not want to be subjected to exposure of substances like arsenic in their soil or dust in their homes. It has been a pleasure for members of our firm to get to know residents near the mill and to in some way attempt to help them with this problem. These are really good people who just want a cleaner, better environment to live in. Rhon Jones and Mary Pat Crook are the lawyers handling this case for our firm.
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