A $14.5 million settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Foothills/DeAnza Community College v. Northwest Pipe Co., et al., aka Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler Settlement.
Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler Settlement
Class members in the case claim that Poz-Lok pipes are designed with defective weld seams that do not have sufficient zinc galvanizing, which can lead to premature corrosion at or near the weld seam.
Class members also argue that Poz-Lok knew about the defect but concealed it from property owners.
Who should file a claim?
Anyone in the U.S. that owns or owned a commercial or residential property where a fire sprinkler system was installed with a Poz-Lok pipe.
PLEASE NOTE IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY FOR A SETTLEMENT DO NOT FILE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT CLAIM.
Not only are you filing claims under penalty of perjury but you are also harming other eligible class members if you submit a fraudulent claim.
If you do not qualify for this settlement check out our list of No Proof Required Class Action Lawsuit Settlements.
Proof of purchase required?
Class members must fill out and submit a valid claim form.
Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler Settlement Important Dates
- Jun. 7, 2019 – Claim Form Deadline
- Jun. 7, 2019 – Final Hearing
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Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler Settlement Contact Points
- Mail – Foothills/DeAnza Community College v. Northwest Pipe Co., Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 5053, Portland, OR 97208-5053
- Phone – 1-866-898-5087
- Email – email@example.com
Foothills/DeAnza Community College v. Northwest Pipe Co., et al. is listed as case number C-00-20749-JF and is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Class members who file a valid claim will be represented by Robert J. Nelson and Michael W. Sobol from the law firm of Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein LLP.
Poz-Lok will be represented by Phillip A. Jaret and Robert S. Jaret from the law firm of Jaret & Jaret