This case involves a power plant that was forced to suspend its operations after repeatedly violating environmental regulatory codes. The company was found to be in violation of the legal level of certain cancer-causing air pollutants and agreed to limit the level of these pollutants to reduce health risks in surrounding homes. The company was given 3 months to correct this issue. At the end of the 3-month period, a monitor measured an average air-pollution level 5 times in excess of the legal level. An expert in toxicology with an understanding of cancer-causing air pollutants was sought to address the consequences to human health from exposure to these chemicals.