Atlanta, Georgia, Stormwater Runoff and Pollution Lawyers
Serving Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee and the Rest of the Southeast
Damage to property caused by excessive stormwater runoff is a growing environmental problem in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee. This issue can affect individual homes, neighborhoods, cities, towns and businesses, and it has become one of the most serious consequences of large-scale residential and commercial development.
At Stack & Associates, P.C., our full-service environmental law firm represents all clients with their pollution, flooding and erosion concerns caused by stormwater runoff. We are well-versed in all applicable environmental laws and have built an outstanding track record of success since our inception in 1993.
Our attorneys offer free initial consultations and represent clients throughout Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama. To discuss your specific situation, please contact our Georgia law office online, or call 877-622-3891 and schedule your free consultation.
Experienced Sediment Pollution Representation in the Southeast
When land is deforested or stripped of naturally occurring vegetation and then paved over with highways, streets, driveways and parking lots, adjoining property can suffer significant harm.
Stormwater picks up pollutants, including dirt, oil, grease and toxic chemicals as it runs over these massive, impervious surfaces, and then carries this pollution to neighboring, low-lying land. If developers neglect to install, maintain adequate erosion-control systems, stormwater runoff can cause sediment pollution, erosion and flooding on adjoining property.
In addition, streams, rivers and other bodies of water are at risk, especially when rain is scarce or infrequent. Pollutants accumulate on developed land and then, when rain finally comes, are quickly washed downhill and into creeks and streams.
We will step in and help developers understand the impact runoff can have on the environment and the importance of ensuring proper prevention controls are in place. As a property owner, you have rights. Our job is to provide cost-effective counsel to protect those rights, even if that means litigating your claim.
Contact Our Atlanta and Savannah Stormwater Law Offices: Free Initial Consultation
Do not hesitate to protect your property rights. If anyone has taken actions that devalue your property, contact our Georgia runoff prevention law office online today, or call 877-622-3891 to schedule your free initial consultation.