The New York Times recently ran a piece detailing the events of a court case involving Virginia Chinese drywall victims and Taishan Gypsum Co. To read the story in its entirety, visit: Judge Weighs Damages in Chinese Drywall Case.
Throughout the story, as well as many others written on the case, it is easy to see that the plaintiffs, which include a group of Virginia homeowners, have been greatly effected by this problem.
It is up to United States District Judge Eldon Fallon to rule on the case. While it is limited to seven families, there are many others who are waiting for their day in court. This problem is widespread, and many of those who have been effected are looking for some sort of help. Fallon said he will make a decision “as fast as I reasonably can.” For those involved, as well as people watching the case from the outside, the sooner the better.
Check back often for information on this case, as well as many others that will be headed for the courtroom in the near future.