Fluidmaster Toilet Connector Lawsuit Investigation

Fluidmaster Toilet Connector Lawsuit Investigation

by July 8, 2014
Fluidmaster Toilet Connector Lawsuit Investigation

Audet & Partners, LLP is currently investigating problems reported by consumers with toilet connectors manufactured by Fluidmaster, Inc.  Consumers have reported serious property damage resulting from faulty connectors that failed or ruptured prematurely.  Information has surfaced that the company may have known of the defects in these products, but chose to market these connectors despite this knowledge.

Initially sold with a ten-year warranty, it is suspected that the company shortened the warranty period to five years once consumers began calling the product defects to the company’s attention.  Finally, in 2011, after more than a million faulty connectors may have been sold, Fluidmaster, Inc. redesigned the connectors at issue to eradicate then known defects.  Despite this remedial action, however, it appears as though the company failed to take any action to notify purchasers of the defective units that their property may be at risk.

If you purchased toilet connectors manufactured by Fluidmaster, Inc. prior to 2012, and have suffered property damage fused by faulty toilet connectors, you are urged to contact a class action lawyer at Audet & Partners, LLP for a free case evaluation either by calling (800) 965-1461, or by completing and submitting our confidential inquiry form on the right side of this page.

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