The Pollution Lawyers recently received final court approval of an $8.1 million settlement of one of its environmental contamination cases. In late 2008, families in the small town of Attica, Indiana learned that toxic chemical vapors were entering the air inside their homes. After getting the bad news, these families turned to The Pollution Lawyers for help. Our class-action lawsuit, filed against Kraft Foods Global, Inc. alleged that the volatile organic compounds trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PCE), and vinyl chloride (VC) dumped at a manufacturing plant owned by Kraft seeped into the groundwater and traveled underneath over one-hundred nearby homes. Once underneath these homes, the chemicals worked their way into the indoor air. This process is commonly known as vapor intrusion. Our lawsuit sought recovery for the damage caused to our clients’ property. After two years of litigation, The Pollution Lawyers secured a settlement for our clients that was greater than the assessed value of all the properties in the class. In addition to the monetary compensation, Kraft has contractually agreed to remediate the groundwater and indoor air contamination. For more information on our settlement see the following media links: press release, news video, and newspaper article.