Ray Hauser Track Record
Plastic Pipe

 

Case

Twinoaks v. Drackett et al, Kendall Cty, IL, No. 81-CH-9

Attorney

Douglass F. Rohrmann, formerly, Keck, Mahin & Cate, now, Lord, Bissell & Brook LLP, DRohrman@lordbissell.com

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report - Damage to toilet valve made of polyacetal resin was caused by the strong oxidizer in plaintiff's toilet disinfectant, and defendant was justified in presenting warnings against use therof.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

Allstate Insurance v. Sibley et al, Eagle Cty CO Dist Ct 96CV219

Attorney

James Puga, formerly of Godfrey Associates, Denver, CO, 80231, now with Leventhal & Brown, PC, 950 S. Cherry St. Denver CO 80246, 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

Pipe manufacturer was absolved.

 

Case

Golden Crops v. Aquanova Inc., US Dist Ct. Brawley CA, civil action 84-0443-B(CM)

Attorney

Bob Noel and Jacqueline Valenzuelo of Lewis, D'Amato, Brisbois & Bisgaard, 225 Broadway #900, San Diego, CA, 92101, tel 619-233-1006, fax 619-233-8627

Representing

Defendant

Testimony

Report and Deposition - PVC pipe in irrigation system met specifications. Pressure surges during careless operation of the system were responsible for failure.

Outcome

Settlement.

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