Sauder Schelkopf is investigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who have sustained property damage as the result of EZ-FLO water supply lines that prematurely fail. The supply lines are used to transport water from a water supply pipe to a plumbing fixture. The water supply lines are braided stainless steel supply lines that primarily consist of three parts: the inner flexible tubing, the outer braided steel wire designed to protect it, and the compression and/or coupling nuts that connect the lines to adjacent plumbing fixtures. It is alleged that EZ-FLO supply lines have a defect that causes the plastic coupling nuts to fail.
The attorneys at Sauder Schelkopf have significant experience litigating construction defect cases throughout the country. We recently served as co-lead counsel in a $14 million settlement in Nebraska related to defective water connectors. Additionally, we recently settled a national class action in Washington state on behalf of tens of thousands of homeowners who had defective water filter systems installed under their sinks.
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If you sustained property damage as the result of an EZ-FLO water supply line that failed at the plastic coupling nut, take photos of the failed coupling nut and tag, keep it in your possession and contact the lawyers at Sauder Schelkopf by filling out the form on this page.