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The lawsuits claim that PPIs are defectively designed, dangerous to human health and lack proper warnings about the risk of kidney problems. Gornstein alleges that the decking products begin to fail almost immediately, even if it is installed perfectly. WHAT CAN YOU CLAIM I purchased the Twin Finish in grey, but some of the boards after taking off the shrink wrap were stained with some kind of brown material. Some of the major decking manufacturers even faced class-action lawsuits for the sub-par products. At first, it appear to have removed them, but after a day or two and rain, they were still there. Any compensation claims for the ever grain product line, hence Ever stating “It will never fade , guess what it fades horribly. Is there any other way we can submit a claim? You must contact the You can contact the settlement administrator to discuss your situation and see if you have any options. Gornstein v. TimberTech Ltd., et al., Case No. By mid spring with the warmer weather a rapid progression to black occurred which in some areas is now complete. The PVC used by the company, however, is allegedly defective and unable to retain its coloring once exposed to rain or sunlight. We purchased this deck and replaced it with cedar two years ago because it was so badly warped and bubbled but do not have receipts from purchase that far back. Class Members must include photographs that show the entire deck as well as close-up images of the scorching, fading and/or blistering. If the deck is wet, they are not noticeable.â. Make the â¦
only a few â advertise their products as four possible class action lawsuits against four separate composite decking One advantage of composite decking is the fact itâs a green or eco-friendly building material that combines recycled plastic with wood.