Purchasers Of Roto-Rooter Ticketed Camera Job & Mainline Excavation Services File Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Against Roto-Rooter Over Alleged Unnecessary Plumbing Repair Jobs.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against plumbing and drain services provider Roto-Rooter Services Company (“Roto-Rooter” or “Defendant”) in the District Court of Minnesota County of Hennepin (styled Dawn Mills, Luann Cosgrove and Michael Cosgrove v. Roto-Rooter Services Company), alleging, among other things, that Roto-Rooter pressures homeowners into unneccesary repair jobs by allegedly making them think that had a greater plumbing problem than they actually did, according to the Roto-Rooter plumbing repair ticketed camera job & mainline excavation services class action lawsuit complaint.
The Roto-Rooter plumbing repair ticketed camera job & mainline excavation service class action lawsuit complaint is reportedly brought on behalf of a putative class consisting of the following persons, unless otherwise excluded:
All persons and entities located within Minnesota who, since May 17, 2005, purchased a ticketed camera job, a mainline excavation service, or both, from Roto-Rooter.
The Roto-Rooter plumbing repair ticketed camera job & mainline excavation services class action lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts claims for alleged violations of the Minnesota Truth in Repairs Act, Minnesota Prevention of Consumer Fraud Act, Minnesota Unlawful Trade Practices Act and Minnesota Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act .
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