Contaminated Water At Summit Elementary School

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Butler Area School District

Pittsburgh attorney Brendan Lupetin of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin has been retained to represent the children of Summit Elementary School in a lawsuit against the Butler Area School District after high levels of lead and E. coli bacteria were found in the school district’s well water.

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This class action lawsuit is being filed on behalf of all of the affected children in the school that were allowed to drink poisonous water for months; this despite the fact that top school officials had received a report that the water was contaminated prior to school starting in Fall 2016.

A recent internal investigation has caused the Butler District Attorney to conduct a criminal investigation into the circumstances surrounding this tragedy.

Brendan Lupetin is a partner in the firm of Meyers Evans Lupetin & Unatin, a Pennsylvania law firm located in Pittsburgh that represents victims in cases of medical malpractice, personal injury, and wrongful death.

All articles in this blog are the collaborative effort of attorneys Jerry Meyers, Brendan Lupetin, and Gregory Unatin.

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