Berger Montague has filed a lawsuit against TAMKO Building Products, Inc. (“TAMKO”), alleging that TAMKO’s “Heritage” fiberglass roofing shingles are defective.
About the case
The plaintiffs’ complaint that can be found here alleges that TAMKO sold consumers a faulty and defective product that cracks, curls, deteriorates, and blisters, in addition to other problems that result in property damage and economic losses. Allegedly, TAMKO never tested how long the shingles would last, and even though they come with warranties that go up to 50 years, TAMKO routinely obstructs and/or improperly rejects warranty claims, and doesn’t cover the cost of labor when accepting warranty claims.
Led by Lawrence Deutsch and Jacob Polakoff, the class action lawsuit seeks compensation for the property damage that homeowners have suffered from the shingles and for TAMKO to stop engaging in deceptive advertising, marketing, distribution, sales, and warranty practices related to the Heritage shingles.
If you have experienced problems with your TAMKO Heritage fiberglass roofing shingles, Berger Montague would like to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to fill out this form so we can add you to our contact list regarding the TAMKO litigation and send you a case update at the appropriate time.
If you have suffered economic losses or personal injuries as a result of any defective product, please contact Shanon J. Carson of Berger Montague.
About Berger Montague
Berger Montague is a national law firm focusing on complex civil litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States. For over half a century, Berger Montague has played lead roles in consequential, precedent-setting cases and has recovered over $50 billion for its clients and the classes they have represented. Berger Montague is headquartered in Philadelphia and has offices in Chicago, Minneapolis, San Diego, San Francisco, Toronto, and Washington, D.C.