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Flint Water Crisis lawsuit checks delayed

Written By Jameca Patrick-Singleton

Residents who participated in the Flint Water Crisis Lawsuit should expect a delay. According to a report given by Deborah Greenspan, who serves as the special master and is in charge of reviewing all documentation associated with the claims, the process is taking longer that initially expected.

Greenspan stated, “There is a process underway right now to add resources and reinforcements to the whole claims review procedure so that they can move along more quickly”.

Claimants will receive letters in the upcoming weeks informing them of the delay and ensuring them that the process is still moving forward.

The total $636 million settlement amount is funded by the City of Flint, McLaren hospital, Rowe Professional Services and the State of Michigan. Approximately 43,000 residents have filed a claim.

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