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Storm water runoff and drainage litigation is often complex

Taking care of the environment is something that is a major concern. For many businesses, and some individuals, the environmental concern has special effects. In some cases, concern for the environment places a burden on a property owner to ensure that pollution from runoff and drainage doesn't become an environmental concern.

We know that having to deal with state and federal agencies about storm water runoff and drainage issues might be taxing. While we understand the reasons certain environmental laws have been enacted, we also know that it is still important for you to be able to do business.

If you are facing enforcement actions or lawsuits because of storm water runoff or drainage issues on your property, we can help you to determine a solution for the issue. We can help all businesses from startups to large corporations to ensure they are complying with the current laws. If there are any issues, we can help you to learn how you can correct the issues.

One of the best ways to avoid legal issues resulting from drainage and storm water runoff concerns is to stop problems before they come up. In some cases, the previous property owner might have let the issue get out of hand. If that is what is happening in your case, we can help you to hold those people accountable for their actions.

The legal issues concerning environmental protection can be very complex. Dealing with them properly sometimes involves calling in the experts. We can help you to get what you need together, including experts if necessary, to handle these types of issues.

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