Class Action Lawsuit Against IKO Shingles Filed in New Jersey

April 30, 2009

Halunen Law and its partner lawfirms have filed a class action Complaint against IKO shingles. The class action alleges that IKO designed, manufactured, and sold defective shingles to New Jersey residents. The lawsuit seeks compensation for all property owners in New Jersey who have suffered damages as a result of IKO’s allegedly defective shingles. The Complaint alleges that IKO’s shingles prematurely fail in that they curl, deteriorate, fall off, and otherwise fail to perform as expected.

You can read a copy of the Complaint here.

IKO Shingles Lawsuit Filed in New York

April 29, 2009

Halunen Law, along with partner law firms, has initiated a class action lawsuit against IKO shingles in the State of New York. The lawsuit alleges that IKO designed, manufactured, and sold defective shingles to homeowners in New York. The shingles are curling, cracking, falling off buildings, rapidly deteriorating, and otherwise not performing as promised. The lawsuit further alleges that IKO did not take the appropriate steps to remedy the situation. The lawsuit seeks damages for the cost of replacing the defective shingles, labor, disposal and other related expenses.

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