Lawsuit Claims NIBCO PEX Fittings, Clamps Are Defective

Last Updated on November 6, 2018

Important Information

Attorneys working with no longer need to hear from people with this product. A $43.5 million settlement has been reached. You can find all the information you need on the settlement website, here. Everything we know about the settlement can be found in this blog post.

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Case Update

Update: October 31, 2018

The class action involving NIBCO has settled. Those affected will be able to claim their piece of the $43.5 million settlement via the settlement website, here. Here's our blog post on everything we know so far.

At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone whose home, business or other property contains polyethylene plumbing (PEX) made by NIBCO, Inc.
NIBCO, Inc., which bought out Consolidated Plumbing Industries (CPI). CPI Dura-PEX tubing has since been sold under the NIBCO brand.
Which NIBCO Products Are Affected?
Cross-linked polyethylene plumbing tubes (PEX tubing), the brass fittings that connect the tubes (PEX fittings) and the stainless steel clamps than join the two together (PEX clamps).
Type of Lawsuit:
Class Action
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