2014 — Jerome Bennett, et al v. Liberty Recycling, et al
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Circuit Court Case # CV 2014-901203
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. filed a mass action lawsuit on behalf of more than five hundred urban and inner city members of the Kaulton community of West Tuscaloosa, Alabama county for property damage and personal injury emanating from an automobile cannibalization junkyard and incinerator operating in this neighborhood.
2014 — Aza Ames, et al v. Alabama Gas Corporation, et al
Jefferson County, Alabama, Birmingham Division, Circuit Court Case # CV 2014-905133
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. filed a mass action lawsuit on suit on behalf of 11 clients who suffered personal injury in a natural gas explosion that occurred at the Marx Village Public Housing Complex.
2014 — Bulle, LLC, et al v. River’s Edge, et al
Jefferson County, Birmingham Division Circuit Court Case # CV 2014-904776
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. filed suit on behalf of a client in a civil action for breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, and deceit, intentional interference with contract and business relations, civil conspiracy and for an accounting against one of the largest casinos in Greene County, Alabama.
2014 — Gregory Edge v. Fresenius Medical Care North, et al
Jefferson County, Bessemer Cutoff Division, and Circuit Court Case #CV 2014-900373
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. filed suit on behalf of the estate of a deceased person who died as the result of a negligent dialysis procedure.
2016 — Eric Tyrone Billings, et al v. West Morgan-East Lawrence Water and Sewer Division, et al
Lawrence County, Alabama Circuit Court Case # CV 2016-900103
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr filed a mass action lawsuit on behalf of more than 1,000 residents of Lawrence County, Alabama and Morgan County, Alabama in an action against 3M, WEST MORGAN-EAST LAWRENCE , WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY, COMPANY, DYNEON, L.L.C., DAIKIN AMERICA, INC., BFI WASTE SYSTEMS OF ALABAMA, LLC, and the city Decatur, Alabama, for negligence, wantonness, recklessness, nuisance, trespass, battery, strict liability, and fraudulent suppression for allowing perfluorooctanoic acid (PFO) and perfluoroctane sulfate (PFOA) to be introduced in the Tennessee River and its tributaries, which is the major basin for this part of the state of Alabama.
2016 — Samuel Adams, et al v. International Paper Company, et al
Mobile County, Alabama Circuit Court Case # CV 2017-900498
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. has filed a mass action suit on behalf of 3,500 residents of the historic Africatown against International Paper and other corporate defendants for negligence, wantonness, strict liability, nuisance, trespass, battery and fraudulent suppression for causing dioxins and other industrial contaminants to pollute this community.
2017 — Rita Adams et al v. Advanced Disposal Services, Inc. et al
Tallapoosa County, Alabama Circuit Court Case # 62-CV-2017-9000.60
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr. filed a mass action lawsuit on behalf of more than 100 affected plaintiffs of Tallapoosa County, Alabama in an action against Advanced Waste Disposal, Inc. and the city Tallapoosa, Alabama, for nuisance, trespass, and diminution of property value, fraudulent suppression, civil conspiracy and deceit for allowing contaminants from the landfill to flow into the tributaries, waterways, streams, rivers and lands of the adjoining properties.
2018- Kelvin Spencer, et al V Specialty Foundry Products, Inc., et al
Jefferson County, Alabama, Bessemer Cutoff Division Circuit Court Case Number: CV 2018-90043
Attorney Lonnie A. Washington, Sr., filed a mass action on behalf of more than two hundred and fifty (250), former employees of the Grede Plant in Bessemer, Alabama against defendants Specialty Foundry Products, Inc.; Porter Warner Industries, LLC; Southern Precision Sands, Inc.; Alpha Resins, LLC; Wedron Silica Company; Fairmount Santrol, Inc.; Ashland Oil, Inc.; and Ask Chemicals, LP., for wantonness, for products liability, for failure to warn, for fraudulent misrepresentation, for suppression and deceit, for negligence and conspiracy in distributing, supplying, manufacturing and or marketing hazardous and or carcinogenic chemicals, for failing to provide directions for use, for failure to identify of the safe levels of exposure, for failure to provide instructions for appropriate ventilation, for failure to warn of the dangers to workers, for failure to affirmatively disclose in writing the cancer risks and other health risks, and for otherwise failing to comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSAHA).