TAMKO Roofing Shingles Lawsuit
Berger Montague has filed a lawsuit against TAMKO, alleging that their “Heritage” fiberglass roofing shingles are defective.
About the case
The lawsuit claims that TAMKO sold consumers a faulty product that cracks, curls, deteriorates, and blisters, in addition to other problems that result in property damage. Allegedly, TAMKO never tested how long the shingles would last, and even though they come with warranties that go up to 50 years, TAMKO doesn’t cover the cost of labor when handling warranty claims.
Homeowners involved in the lawsuit want compensation for the property damage they suffered from the shingles, and they want TAMKO to stop engaging in deceptive advertising, marketing, distribution, and sales practices for the “Heritage” shingles.
Is there a cost to join the lawsuit?
Berger Montague’s consumer class action cases are typically litigated on a contingent fee basis, so plaintiffs and the class do not pay attorneys’ fees or court costs unless there is a recovery.
Berger Montague’s attorneys are available to review claims from consumers who experienced problems with their TAMKO “Heritage” fiberglass roofing shingles. If you suspect that your roofing shingles are defective or faulty, contact us to speak with an attorney, free of charge. Either call us at 800-424-6690 or fill out the form on the right to have an attorney contact you.