Benjamin and Judith Torman vs. Advantage Home & Environment Inspections Inc.
PA-Jon D. Hoover; J-Spaulding
* The Tormans, who live in Hurricane, had the defendant perform an inspection of the home they now live in on July 7, 2008. They claim Jared Gray, working for the defendant, failed to note that the interior finishes, upstairs interior walls, light fixtures, wiring, chimney, kitchen flooring and/or downstairs bathroom had any "major concerns" or "safety issues." So they purchased the home on July 17, 2008. Since then, they have noticed problems with all of the above listed issues. They have received numerous estimates for repairs and have paid to have repairs made. They seek compensatory and punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs, expenses and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-352
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