Corrosion can be seen on the copper wiring in a North Naples home that is undergoing complete remediation due to Chinese drywall. Opposition is mounting to a $55 million drywall settlement that has been proposed in a case brought against Banner Supply Co., as well as several related companies and its insurers. Some attorneys for homeowners with Chinese drywall are recommending that their clients opt out of the settlement. There are lingering questions about how much homeowners might get and whether there might be more insurance money and company money available for a more fair settlement. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Corrosion can be seen on the copper wiring in a North Naples home that is undergoing complete remediation due to Chinese drywall. Opposition is mounting to a $55 million drywall settlement that has been proposed in a case brought against Banner Supply Co., as well as several related companies and its insurers. Some attorneys for homeowners with Chinese drywall are recommending that their clients opt out of the settlement. There are lingering questions about how much homeowners might get and whether there might be more insurance money and company money available for a more fair settlement. Lexey Swall/Staff

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