Ray Hauser Track Record
Industrial Plastics Testimony:

 

Case

Pippitt v. LIttleton School Dist. #6, Denver Dist Ct CA 82CV8161

Attorney

Charles E. Weaver of Wood, Ris & Hames, 1775 17th St. #1600, Denver, CO 303-863-7700, fax 303-830-8772

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

-- Report -- Acrylic skylight in school gymnasium had embrittled in Colorado sunlight and this weakness led to severe injury of a cheerleader who fell through the skylight.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

Allstate Ins. (Mindlin) v. Sibley Plumbing et al, Eagle Cty CO Dist Ct 96CV219

Attorney

Jim Puga, formerly with Godfrey Associates, 4643 S. Ulster #920, Denver, CO 80231, tel 303-228-0700, fax 303-228-0701; now with Leventhal & Brown, PC, 950 S. Cherry St., Denver CO 80206, tel 303-759-9945, fax 303-759-9692

Representing

Defendant pipe manufacturer

Testimony

-- Report -- Analysis confirmed that CPVC pipe in a fire sprinkler system had been filled with propylene glycol/water antifreeze solution, contrary to pipe manufacturer's instructions. Pipe failure and water damage was caused by environmental stress cracking due to the glycol.

Outcome

Settled, manufacturer was absolved. Plumber paid.

 

Case

Missouri Beef Packers v. Plasti-Drum

Attorney

Glen McCann of Knipmeyer, McCann, Fish & Smith, 1800 Power & Light Bldg, Kansas City MO 64105, tel 816-221-9500, fax 816-221-3147

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and deposition. A defective plastic drum broke upon impact. Tests showed that exemplar drums did not meet specifications as marked, DOT E-6800-55

Outcome

Settlement

 

Case

Pierce Packing Co. v. Western Insulfoam 13th Judicial Dist MT, Yellowstone Cty No. 68421

Attorney

David Veeder of Veeder Law Firm, 400 N. Broadway, Billings MT 59101, tel 406-248-9156, fax 406-252-4110

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and Trial Testimony. Insulating foam (expanded polystyrene) was defective, improperly fused and dimensionally unstable, leading to leakage through roof of freezer and refrigerator rooms. Damages included meat rejected by Department of Agriculture Inspectors.

Outcome

Bench verdict in favor of plaintiff.

 

Case

Fried v Brass Craft et al, Circuit Ct, Jackson Cty MO, case 99-CV-2324, Div 8

Attorney

Brian J. Madden, Lathrop & Gage, 2345 Grand Blvd #2800, Kansas City MO 64108, tel 816-292-2000, fax 816-292-2001

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and deposition, polyacetal nut on a faucet connector split, was defective, caused 3rd degree burns on elderly person

Outcome

Settlement

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