Groundwater Contamination

Groundwater Contamination

Groundwater contamination refers to the pollution or spoiling of the water table found between saturated soil beneath the surface and the bedrock it rests on. Industries throughout Southern California have been guilty of illegally dumping carcinogens such as TCE, benzine, hexavalent chromium, ammonium perchlorate and other dangerous chemicals into the ground for years, affecting the lives of millions of people throughout the region.

We handle groundwater contamination cases on a contingency basis and offer free consultations.

Engstrom, Lipscomb & Lack is recognized as one of the leading litigation firms in the U.S., handling complex cases of groundwater contamination throughout the United States and other countries in Central and South America. Our most famous class action case involves serving as lead counsel representing more than 900 people affected by groundwater contamination in the case of Aguayo v. PG&E, made famous by the movie Erin Brockovich starring Julia Roberts.

Contact our offices in Los Angeles, California, to meet with us about your groundwater contamination or other toxic tort litigation case. We will work with you as an individual plaintiff, or as part of a mass tort cause of action.

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