People on a boat float down floodwaters that cover Washington Street Wednesday, March 20, 2019, in Hamburg, Iowa. As some communities along the Missouri River start to shift their focus to flood recovery after a late-winter storm, residents in two Iowa cities are still in crisis mode because their treatment plants have shut down and they lack fresh water. (Chris Machian/Omaha World-Herald via AP)
Flood could bring more suits
Victims reach out to Polsinelli attorney who handled Missouri River lawsuit
Rising floodwaters in northwest Missouri and beyond have brought renewed attention — and significance — to a lawsuit in which a federal judge found the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers responsible for recurrent flooding along the Missouri River.
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