We Protect The Planet And Its Inhabitants
Environmental law protects the natural environment from several damaging human activities. Numerous federal, Ohio and common-law principles govern matters related to air pollution, water pollution, wildlife endangerment and hazardous waste disposal.
Green & Green Lawyers A Legal Professional Association helps members of our Dayton community navigate the diverse laws that exist to protect the earth’s natural resources while promoting long-term health and sustainability. Our attorneys can use our substantial litigation experience to guide you through the complex environmental concerns you face.
Application Of Environmental Regulations
Federal environmental laws often include statutes related to potential tort liability. For example, a building owner, construction company or municipality may face charges for personal injuries related to the alleged release of hazardous substances during the renovation or demolition of an existing structure.
Our lawyers counsel clients who need to identify and properly dispose of hazardous waste, in addition to mitigating business risk surrounding pollution. We can also protect the interests of those facing allegations of committing illegal environmentally harmful activities.
Green & Green Lawyers handles cases that involve federal environmental laws such as the following:
- Clean Air Act
- Clean Water Act
- Endangered Species Act
- Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
- Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA)
The Environmental Protection Agency oversees measures designed to protect health and safety. Our lawyers handle compensation claims involving illnesses and injuries allegedly caused by the violation of environmental laws.
Let Us Litigate Your Case
If you need assistance complying with environmental regulations or must fight allegations of harmful environmental activity in court, put our litigators’ experience to work for you. Connect with us online or call 937-224-3333 to arrange an in-person meeting to discuss your case.