|Posted by John Griffith on January 26, 19100 at 11:53:48:|
|In response to Re: Polybutylene|
I think the strength of your case will depend on what in fact you qualified for through the COX settlement. If you only qualified for a plumbing replacement then you may have something. However if you qualified for both damages & replacement a judge may ask you what it is your looking for in return. You may want to visit the links section of my "Poly Solutions" club sponsored by Yahoo! You can visit the club at http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/polysolutions. Along with a wide range of polybutylene related information I may also be able to put you in touch with an attorney who has represented thousands of homeowners like yourself. Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at the club.
: We bought a home built in 1983, on Aug 27th 1998. the CPRC has just finished re-plumbing my home. (we had a flood the day after my son's 2nd b-day) I want to know if there is anyway you think I could be successful in going after the inspector. 1. he is a licensed plumber. 2. he is the owner of the inspection company. 3. he never even told us or home to be contained polybutylene. 4. faucets all were in poor condition, but he passed the home. 5. he did not make us aware that the polybutylene pipes were not the original piping in the home. PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!!