Cases & Investigations
Berger Montague represented a putative nationwide class of homeowners who experienced problems with their GAF Timberline Shingles.
Berger Montague, as co-lead counsel, represents a nationwide class of consumers who purchased CertainTeed Fiber Cement WeatherBoard siding or a home or structure with the siding pre-installed. The Class alleges that CertainTeed’s siding is defective in that it prematurely cracks, gaps, warps, and peels away from the structure despite being warranted and represented to last for 50 years.
Berger Montague is conducting an investigation and asking to hear from U.S. service members who were deployed any time between 2003 and 2015 and used 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Version 2 during their deployment. These earplugs are believed to be defective, causing hearing problems such as hearing loss and tinnitus.
Berger Montague is conducting an investigation and asking to hear from anyone who purchased an EZ-Flo or Eastman stainless steel toilet connector or washing machine water supply line. These products are believed to be defective and leak water, flooding consumers’ homes.
Berger Montague is investigating a potential nationwide class action lawsuit against manufacturers of solar panels as a result of a possible common defect that is causing the panels to prematurely disintegrate.
Berger Montague is investigating the possibility that FlowGuard Gold’s chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) plumbing tubes and fittings are defective and fail earlier than expected.
Berger Montague filed a nationwide class action against Uponor, Inc. alleging that the company’s brass PEX fittings (Model 1960) were defective because they were made of a material that is unsuitable for use in domestic plumbing systems.
Berger Montague has filed a claim against American Honda Motor Company, Inc. for the malfunction of the transmission in model-year 2014 or later Honda Odyssey vehicles. The malfunction involves a “judder” or extreme vibration when driving the vehicle.
Berger Montague is investigating claims that Hyundai did nothing to protect or inform drivers about the possibility of panoramic sunroofs in certain Hyundai models spontaneously shattering.
Berger Montague has filed a class action complaint on behalf of a class of consumers who have purchased or leased a 2011- 2015 Kia vehicle equipped with a panoramic sunroof. The complaint alleges that these sunroofs have a defect that causes them to spontaneously shatter.