$2.9M Settles 2004 East Point Chemical Leak Class Action

$2.9M Settles 2004 East Point Chemical Leak Class Action

Greg Land

More than 10 years after a chemical leak forced thousands of East Point residents out of their homes on a December night, a German chemical company has reached a $2.9 million class action settlement that will pay each affected resident $500.

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