Uponor Lawsuit: Uponor Pex Failure Reported in Plumbing Systems
Uponor Pex Plumbing Fittings
Property owners who have experienced failure of Uponor Pex plumbing fittings may be able to participate in an Uponor class action lawsuit to recover compensation for damages. Allegedly, Uponor sold defective plumbing fittings which can fail prematurely and cause extensive water damage. As a result, property owners who have suffered damages due to Uponor Pex failure may have legal recourse through an Uponor lawsuit.
Have you experienced Uponor Pex failure in your property? Fill out our no cost, no obligation case evaluation form today to find out if you can recover financial compensation for damage caused by these faulty plumbing fittings.
Uponor Pex Failure
Plumbing fittings sold by Uponor, Inc. can allegedly fail prematurely - sometimes within months of installation - causing extensive water damage to walls and flooring in homes, offices and other property. Reportedly, they can fail when exposed to water, due to a chemical reaction which can result in leaks and reduced water flow. In addition to damaging property when they burst or leak, Uponor Pex failure can also hinder the plumbing system from effectively providing water to appliances and fixtures.
Due to cracking and leaking problems, Uponor sued the company from which it purchased the fittings. In regard to that case, the Minnesota based-supplier admitted in court filings that the Uponor Pex plumbing fittings were "defective," "non-merchantable" and "unreasonably dangerous." Still, Uponor has allegedly refused to replace the affected plumbing systems or otherwise repay customers, as required under their product warranties.
Are My Fittings Prone to Uponor Pex Failure?
The defective Uponor Pex plumbing fittings are not marked with the words "Uponor" or "RTI," its subsidiary. Rather, the plumbing fittings which may be prone to failure are marked with a stamp on the side reading "P Pex" or "MB Pex" and are made from brass. Uponor plumbing fittings, which are inserted into crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing, were used in plumbing systems installed in commercial and residential properties across the country.
If your property has suffered water damage due to Uponor Pex Failure, fill out our free online case review form to find out if you can recover compensation through a lawsuit.
Uponor Class Action Lawsuit
Homeowners who have experienced Uponor Pex failure may be able to participate in a class action lawsuit against Uponor and RTI (Radiant Technology Inc), a related company. An Uponor class action lawsuit would allow a large group of property owners the opportunity to collectively bring a claim in court, minimizing litigation costs and allowing plaintiffs the chance to recover smaller amounts of money. If you have experienced failure of Uponor plumbing fittings, find out if you can recover compensation through an Uponor lawsuit. Simply fill out the free online consultation form and our lawyers will determine, at no cost to you, whether you can become a member of an Uponor class action lawsuit.