Oakville Flood Risk Proposed Class Action

Oakville Floodplain and Flood Risk Proposed Class Action

Will Davidson LLP and John McLaughlin Law have commenced a proposed class action against The Town of Oakville, Halton Region, Conservation Halton, the Province and The Town of Milton.


An Amended Statement of Claim has been issued on behalf of property owners who suffered, suffer, or are at risk of suffering, damage or loss from the effects of upstream development, including increased flood risks, diminished property values, and building restrictions that adversely impact the reasonable use and enjoyment of property.


Click here to view the Amended Amended Statement of Claim dated June 24, 2021.


If you own property – or owned property from June 23, 2018 to the present – in the area of Oakville bordered by Burloak Drive, Lake Ontario, Winston Churchill Boulevard and Dundas Street, and have suffered flooding, building restrictions due to the expanded floodplain or your insurance premiums and/or deductible has increased due to your property being in a floodplain please contact Gary Will at gwill@willdavidson.ca (905-815-5802) or Michael Reid at mreid@willdavidson.ca (905-337-9748). We will email you an intake form, which may also be found here: Floodplain and Flood Risk Class Action Intake Form

Related News Articles:

Oakville Homeowners Sue City Over Flood Risk

$1B class-action claim alleges Oakville property owners at flood risk due to ‘over-development’

What an Oakville dispute tells us about flood risks for thousands of Canadian landowners – The Globe and Mail

Class action lawsuit proposed against the Town of Oakville and others seeking nearly $1 billion in damages

Town, region and mayor among those named in $1B class action

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