Fieger Law Attorney Michael D. Russell (right) delivered 100 cases of water to Flint residents on Saturday with his fraternity brothers from Kappa Alpha Psi. Russell said the experience was eye-opening, and is vowing to keep at least 10 cases of water at home for a possible emergency.
“After seeing the residents of Flint go through this ordeal firsthand, the scope and magnitude of the problem is still hard to fathom. it was a truly life-changing experience,” he said.
Geoffrey Fieger, who offered the group a supportive send-off from Southfield-based Fieger Law, has filed a $100 million lawsuit against McLaren Flint Hospital and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder over a Legionella pneumonia outbreak borne by the Flint Water Crisis.