Our firm is currently working on a most interesting case against Lesaffre Yeast Corporation, a firm that manufactures yeast in Headland, Alabama. We are representing property owners located in the area surrounding the Lesaffre facility. The suit alleges that Lesaffre releases noxious odors as a result of the yeast manufacturing process. Regularly, the foul odor can reach such a degree that nearby residents are forced to stay indoors to obtain relief. As a result of the odor, surrounding property owners are unable to enjoy ordinary outdoor activities such as gardening or relaxing in the yard.
Lesaffre’s continuing odor nuisance has diminished the value of the neighboring landowners’ property. In addition, the nearby residents can no longer use and enjoy their property as they would like. Our first objective in this litigation is to terminate the odor nuisance from which surrounding landowners have suffered for years. Finally, it is our goal to recover the diminished value of the residents’ property as well as compensate the Plaintiffs for their loss of use and enjoyment of their property. Rhon Jones and Mary Pat Crook are handling these claims for the firm.
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