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If You Own a Residential or Commercial Building Containing Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler Pipe

You may be entitled to cash compensation for damages caused by leaking PozLok
pipe or reimbursement of expenses you have incurred to replace Poz-Lok pipe.

If you currently have a leak in your Poz-Lok fire sprinkler system, have had a leak within one year of submitting a claim or experience leaks in the future (i.e., before July 7, 2019) you may complete the Poz-Lok Claim Form. Claim form is available here as a downloadable Adobe Acrobat PDF document for viewing and printing.

In order to be entitled to cash compensation, you must certify in your claim that your Poz-Lok pipe has experienced a leak within one year of submitting the claim.

Poz-Lok is a brand of pipe and pipe fittings sold for use in fire sprinkler systems in residential and commercial buildings beginning in 1990. The pipe is a silver colored metal, bearing the Poz-Lok name ( click here for illustration ) .

On June 7, 2004, the Honorable Jeremy Fogel of the Northern District of California approved a class action settlement in Foothill/DeAnza Community College District vs. Northwest Pipe Company, et al., No. C-00-20749-JF (EAI). If you have Poz-Lok Fire Sprinkler pipe your legal right are affected by this settlement.

You are a Class Member if you own or owned a commercial or residential building in which a fire sprinkler system using Poz-Lok pipe was installed. If you fit this description, you are automatically a Class Member who may be entitled to cash compensation.

A settlement fund has been established to pay claims for pipe repair, replacement and/or consequential damages. However, to be paid, you must follow the claims procedures contained herein.

If you have any questions regarding this settlement or need assistance making a claim, you may contact the Claims Administrator at 1-866-898-5087 or via email:


Your Legal Rights and Options in this Settlement
What You Can Do
Submit a Claim for past leaks For leaks occurring within one year, claims can be submitted
Within one year of leak
Submit a Claim for current leaks You may submit a claims within one year of leak
Within one year of leak
Submit a Claim for future leaks If you have not yet experienced a leak but in the future you experience a leak, you may submit a Claim within one year of experiencing the leak
July 7, 2019