Hundreds In Fla. Want To Opt-Out Of Chinese Drywall DealHundreds of South Floridians who are dissatisfied with a proposed $55 million federal settlement over faulty Chinese drywall are asking a Broward judge to opt out of the settlement and pursue individual lawsuits in state courts, the attorney for two families said Wednesday.
Judge Approves $55 Million Chinese Drywall SettlementA federal judge in New Orleans has given preliminary approval to a $55 million settlement of claims against Banner Supply Co., a Miami based company which supplied defective Chinese drywall to contractors and builders.
Lauderhill Taking On City Hall Over Chinese Drywall Related BillsYears after battling for relief from toxic Chinese drywall, a Lauderhill homeowner has a different fight on her hands with City Hall.
Chinese Drywall Installed In Sunrise Condos Damaged By Hurricane WilmaCondo residents who went through years of aggravation to get their homes repaired after Hurricane Wilma are being forced from their homes again.
Miami Company Agrees To Settlement Over Chinese DrywallA Miami company which supplied defective Chinese drywall to contractors and builders has agreed to pay $55 million to settle claims that the corrosive product damaged homes.
Lauderhill Homes Get Chinese Drywall FixResidents in Lauderhill were the first to have Chinese drywall removed from their homes. The removal is part of a pilot program by one of the largest makers of Chinese drywall.
Broward Home First In Nation To Be Rid Of Chinese DrywallA home in Lauderhill is one of the first in the nation to have its Chinese drywall removed as part of a new pilot program underway in several states.
Citizens Reverses Courses Again On Chinese DrywallThe state’s insurer of last resort, Citizens Property Insurance, has reversed course again for property owners whose homes contain toxic Chinese drywall.
Attorney: Citizens Ends Policies For Tainted Chinese Drywall HomesCitizens Insurance has decided to suspend policies for homeowners who bought properties with tainted Chinese drywall, according to attorney David Durkee.