James Hardie – Defective Cement Fiberboard Siding

In re: HardiPlank Fiber Cement Siding Litigation, MDL No. 2359, (U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota).

We are co-counsel in several class actions against James Hardie concerning siding products that are alleged to be defective. Signs of defect include: cracking, warping, peeling, shrinking, and pulling away from fasteners. Our lawsuits allege manufacturing and design defects for the following product lines:

  • Hardie Fiber-Cement

Additionally, our lawsuits allege that James Hardie has failed to honor the terms of its 50-year warranty.

Consumers purchase expensive cement siding to protect and beautify their homes. These apparent defects are very problematic, and result in trouble and expense for the homeowners involved.

If you are having a problem with your James Hardie siding product, or have other information pertaining to this investigation, please contact attorneys Charles LaDuca or Brendan Thompson at (202) 789-3960, or by email at charles@cuneolaw.com or brendant@cuneolaw.com.

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