A Maibec lawsuit may be an option for homeowners who experienced problems with the company’s Eastern White Cedar tree shingles. According to one Maibec lawsuit filed in New Jersey, the wood shingles contain design flaws which can cause cracking, peeling, curling and warping. If you have experienced problems with these Maibec wood shingles, you may have legal recourse in light of allegations that the company sold defective shingles and made false representations regarding the quality of this product. To find out if you can seek compensation through a Maibec lawsuit, visit http://www.classaction.org/maibec-shingles.html
for a free, no obligation review of your claim.
According to the putative Maibec class action lawsuit, the company made false and misleading representations regarding the life of its wood shingles and their reliability. The company advertised that these shingles were reliable, safe and worry-free; however, the Maibec lawsuit
alleges that the manufacturer knew that these wood shingles could buckle, curl, crack, peel and warp well before the end of the warranty period and failed to disclose this risk to consumers. Furthermore, the suit claims, the company failed to adequately test and determine the reliability of these wood shingles upon use in the real world and has not uniformly honored its warranty obligations.
In light of allegations posed in the Maibec class action
lawsuit, homeowners who experienced Maibec shingles problems, such as cracking or peeling, may have legal recourse. Potentially, these individuals may be able to participate in a Maibec class action to seek compensation for damages, which may include repair and replacement costs. To learn more about your eligibility for a Maibec lawsuit, visit Class Action.org today.
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