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Starrett City Tenants Endure Hot Summer Without Air-Conditioning or Hot Water: Class Action Lawsuit
A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of individuals who resided in the Starrett City apartment complex and experienced water leaks and disruptions in hot water service, heat and air-conditioning.
By: Imbesi Law PC
The complaint alleges that in the summer of 2017, residents of the Starrett City apartment complex experienced disruptions in air-conditioning and hot water service for several weeks. Residents were given a single table fan to help battle the sweltering summer temperatures. Without hot water to bathe, residents were instructed to shower publicly at a local sports club. Residents also experienced water leaks that damaged their personal property, as well as disruptions in heat service during the winter months.
The class action lawsuit seeks to recover damages on behalf of all individuals who resided in Starrett City between January 1, 2015, and the present, and experienced water leaks and disruptions in hot water service, heat and air-conditioning.
Starrett City is the largest government-subsidized residential rental complex in the United States. Starrett City consists of 153 acres, 46 apartment buildings, 5,881 apartments and 15,000 residents.
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Israel Klein, Esq.
Imbesi Law P.C.