In Chinese drywall cases, uncertainty brings tears

By: Seeger Weiss on February 26, 2011

Reeves said the revelation of the defective drywall was a heavy blow for many of his clients after the trauma the hurricane brought. The uncertainty about whether they’ll be paid and what they’ll do in the meantime sends many into tears.

 

From the Biloxi-Gulfport and South Mississippi Sun Herald:

Reeves said the revelation of the defective drywall was a heavy blow for many of his clients after the trauma the hurricane brought. The uncertainty about whether they’ll be paid and what they’ll do in the meantime sends many into tears.

As one of the main attorneys involved in the class action, Reeves said he knows of no one in Mississippi being compensated yet. The complicated court case moves forward.

“It’s a really bad situation,” Reeves said. “We have got to get them some relief. We’re going to press hard until they get it.”

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