According to this report, some Park City and Heber, Utah property owners have rejected the Imprelis class settlement offer because they are finding out that the actual costs are 10 times more than what Dupont is offering. This is not surprising to those of us who've done research into what it will really take to re-establish our properties.
In this case, the lawncare company Greenleaf Enterprises has filed on their behalf because they knew the offers were inadequate. What a commendable LCO!
Utah property owners renew court battle over herbicide
Courts » Attorney brands earlier DuPont settlement “inadequate” for damage.
By Judy Fahys | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published May 09 2013
Read more: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/56...-suit.html.csp
And, from the Digital Journal, another golf course opts out of the class settlement due to "paltry settlement offers":
Imprelis Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Indiana Country Club, Alleging That Imprelis Use Seriously Damaged the Club’s Landscape and Profits
Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1227211#ixzz2TYqpzJ2l
And, from Newsday:
Imprelis Lawsuit Filed by Wright & Schulte LLC on Behalf of Multiple Lawn Care Companies and Property Owners Who Allege Imprelis Use Caused Extensive Tree Damage
Read more: http://www.newsday.com/business/impr...mage-1.5245592
There are so many articles just like these seemingly popping up every week.