Taylor 2019 Flood Lawsuit

Dubin Law, PLLC, and Liddle Sheets Coulsen, PC have filed a class action lawsuit against the City of Taylor as a result of the April 30-May 1, 2019 flood event.

Hundreds of homes reported flooding as a result of the City's failure to maintain its sewers. The lawsuit asserts that the City failed to properly maintain, design, and operate its sanitary sewer system.

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.

In order to be covered by this law, basement flooding victims must file a written Notice of Claim with the responsible governments within 45 days from the date the flood was discovered to preserve their right to file a lawsuit.

If you have filed a written Notice of Claim with the City of Taylor, we encourage you to complete this online Data Sheet to learn more about what we can do to help. You can also contact our office at (844) 382-4600 for further information.

Thank you for completing the online form. We will contact you once we have had an opportunity to review your information.

Please note that the completion of this form does not mean that you are hiring our law firm, or will be receiving legal representation. In other words, your response to this form will not establish an attorney-client relationship.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Dubin Law, PLLC is one of the premier class action firms in Michigan. The firm specializes in cases involving basement flooding, air pollution, environmental contamination, and complex consumer class actions.