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Grenfell survivors and relatives open US legal battle

More than 100 Grenfell survivors and relatives are taking legal action in the US against three firms they blame for the fire, the BBC has been told.

The lawsuit will target the cladding maker Arconic, insulation maker Celotex and fridge supplier Whirlpool.

A successful action in the US could cost the firms involved tens of millions of dollars in damages.


Grenfell residents open US legal battle

The cladding I could understand, however it would be dependent on whether it was signed off by the relevant authorities in the UK as safe etc. before attacking the manufacturer and supplier.

The fridge company. Good luck with that. Although the fire may have started with the fridge, it would be pretty difficult to prove that the owner, or owners followed the manufacturers guidelines and operating instructions correctly to prove fault with the appliance. Tests have already proved the model met all the usual safety requirements.

It would be interesting to see who's financing this venture, and what happens if they fail and the three company's present a very large legal bill
 
Grenfell survivors and relatives open US legal battle

More than 100 Grenfell survivors and relatives are taking legal action in the US against three firms they blame for the fire, the BBC has been told.

The lawsuit will target the cladding maker Arconic, insulation maker Celotex and fridge supplier Whirlpool.

A successful action in the US could cost the firms involved tens of millions of dollars in damages.

Grenfell residents open US legal battle

The cladding I could understand, however it would be dependent on whether it was signed off by the relevant authorities in the UK as safe etc. before attacking the manufacturer and supplier.

The fridge company. Good luck with that. Although the fire may have started with the fridge, it would be pretty difficult to prove that the owner, or owners followed the manufacturers guidelines and operating instructions correctly to prove fault with the appliance. Tests have already proved the model met all the usual safety requirements.

It would be interesting to see who's financing this venture, and what happens if they fail and the three company's present a very large legal bill
I'm sure the British taxpayer would help.
 
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