All Garfield Residents Invited to VFW from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
GARFIELD, N.J., May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The invasive, yet necessary, sample collection and testing currently taking place in homes, businesses and properties in Garfield, New Jersey, serves as a reminder to the city's residents - and others across the country - that health hazards and property damage resulting from corporate environmental contamination can be catastrophic. On Wednesday, May 20, 2009, from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the VFW, Garfield residents have the opportunity to join hosts Jon L. Gelman and Walter Slomienski, Jr., to learn more about the dangers of chromium exposure, potential legal actions and rights and take advantage of an open forum discussion.
The two New Jersey law firms are hosting the meeting to provide those affected by the contamination investigation with a chance to gather in an engaging environment that will educate the attendees about the many medical and legal issues related to chromium contamination.
"Although Garfield has a long industrial history, these residents deserve better," said Motley Rice member attorney Fidelma Fitzpatrick. "Corporations shouldn't be allowed to walk away from problems they create, especially in the economic environment that individuals and governmental entities are currently facing."
If you cannot attend the meeting but would like to learn more about the experts or discuss chromium contamination concerns, contact attorney Jon L. Gelman (DC, OH, NJ, NY, NE) or Walter M. Slomienski Jr. (NJ) at +1 800.868.0020 or visit www.garfieldcontamination.com.
|SOURCE Motley Rice, LLC|
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