Because my plumber at the time has been force to terminate his company / insurance, my insurance is forced to fill the gap and they said; "The evidence supports that there was likely a high pressure event that prompted the line to come loose, but that the line was able to come loose due to the lack of a ferrule".
I contend that the PRV failed ( no idea if it was ever replaced ) and it appears that my insurance's arbitrator agrees but he goes on to take the word of the other insurance's plumber that there was no ferrule. HJ, you and my present plumber agree that w/o a ferrule this would failed immediately. I don't see how the insurance arbitrator's statment could be true.
Would you pay the $2,500 deductable?
If not how would you counter their argument?
Would you honor your warranty on residential plumbing at >150PSI pressure?