Category Archive: Environmental Litigation

The attorneys at Napoli Shkolnik, PLLC have a sophisticated team of environmental litigation lawyers. From contaminated groundwater to hazardous material spills to climate change litigation, our attorneys understand the severity of environmental contamination and the potential ramifications for humankind. When the irresponsible actions of individuals and corporations result in environmental and personal harm, you have the right to recover damages for immeasurable losses as well as economic ones. Our team can help you to file a claim against the negligent party, and prove the harm that you have suffered. Reach out to us today to schedule your initial consultation and get started on recovery the compensation you deserve.

Mold at Home and at Work

Mold at Home and at Work

| Environmental Litigation
Mold does not solely exist in the fridge on that forgotten piece of cheese sitting near the back. Mold can be rampant in lower bathroom cabinets, in the basement, or beneath the carpet right under your feet. While the sound alone of mold is unappetizing, it can be much more harmful than most people think.…Read the article
State of Emergency Declared in Flint, MI Over Water Crisis

State of Emergency Declared in Flint, MI Over Water Crisis

| Environmental Litigation
Attention Flint, MI residents and property owners – Lead contamination of the city’s drinking water has prompted Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to declare a state of emergency. Nearly three years ago, the city of Flint, Michigan made the decision to disconnect from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD), from which it had been receiving…Read the article
Harmful levels of toxic chemicals in Bethpage yard soil

Harmful levels of toxic chemicals in Bethpage yard soil

| Environmental Litigation
Attention Bethpage residents and property owners – Recent tests reveal potentially harmful levels of toxic chemical in soil of yards of Bethpage residents. Napoli Shkolnik PLLC has been retained by many Bethpage residents who were potentially exposed to harmful chemicals resulting from the disposal of toxic waste. You may have a property damage or potential…Read the article
The Disaster Continues

The Disaster Continues

| Environmental Litigation
A little over five years ago a mobile offshore drilling unit was continuing its daily routine of drilling for oil in the Gulf of Mexico. The floating structure was 396 feet long and 256 wicde; it could drill in waters as deep as 30,000 feet. The structure itself was owned by Transocean and drilling for…Read the article