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By Lexington Howe
Staff Writer 

"We felt very bullied," local Fallbrook family claims lawsuit against FPUD

 

Last updated 10/22/2020 at 12:19pm

home after water damage

Village News/Courtesy photo

The Lingle's have had to pay out of pocket for some of the damages to their house, just to bring it up to livable conditions.

In a harrowing experience for a local Fallbrook family, Shane and Liz Lingle and their two kids had damages to their home of up to $200,000, due to a water main bursting outside their home. The main belonged to the Fallbrook Public Utilities District.

After going through the proper channels to try to get FPUD to pay for the damages according to their lawyer, FPUD denied the claim, which has resulted in a lawsuit filed by the family.

"It was New Year's Eve, Dec. 31 of 2019," Liz Lingle said. "I work from home as an advice nurse for a large HMO in Southern California, and I was just finishing...



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