Settlement Talks Bring Halt to Wortman-Ferguson Dispute After 3 Days of Testimony

by George Waldon  on Monday, Feb. 7, 2011 12:00 am  

In answering the complaint, Ferguson has denied responsibility for the leak problems at the Popes' house.

According to the complaint, the Popes paid Ferguson's company $1,800 in 2007 to fix the problem, which allegedly was more extensive and required more than just recaulking to solve as recommended and performed by the company.

"We called them because they had built the house," Christopher Pope said. "The work did not address the problem, and we ended up sustaining more damage."

The Popes' lawyer? William Almand, who has represented Steve Wortman.

 

 

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