Watts Settles Class Action Lawsuits Involving Floodsafe and Water Heater Connectors

Recently, Watts Regulator Company settled two separate class-action lawsuits involving their Floodsafe supply-line and Water Heater Connectors. Both products allegedly have design and manufacturing defects that cause them to fail prematurely.

Therefore, please be aware that if you have a claim involving property damage caused by one of these Watts connectors, your claim may be included in the class-action lawsuit and subsequent settlement. Your future recovery options will be limited to the minimal settlement negotiated by the class-action attorneys, and it will affect your ability to file a lawsuit in the future.

The deadline to file a request to be excluded from the class-action lawsuit and settlement is March 7, 2017. If you have a claim involving a Watts Floodsafe or Water Heater Connector, it is imperative that you contact Aaron Plamann at aplamann@mwl-law.com immediately to discuss your options and how to most effectively recover your subrogation claim.

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Aaron D. Plamann
Sr. Associate Attorney

Aaron D. Plamann is a trial lawyer with the law firm of Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Aaron is also a mechanical engineer with design experience and has lectured extensively before insurance companies as well as other professional organizations around the country on various insurance-related topics.