Defective Products

03/12/2017

Toyota Electrical Problems Caused by Soy-Based Wiring Insulation

Toyota Electrical Problems

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims of Toyota electrical problems by owners of  Toyota vehicles who have reported recurring electrical failure.  Information has recently come to light that Toyota vehicles in model years 2012-2016 incorporated a soy-based wiring insulation that has been found to attract rodents. Rodents then work their way into the Toyota engines and gnaw on engine wiring, thus causing disruptions to the vehicle electrical system. Toyota owners who have discovered these electrical problems report that despite multiple requests,... Read More
08/23/2016

Olympic Rescue It Lawsuit

Rescue It Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed against PPG Industries, Inc. for it's manufacture, marketing, and sale of Olympic Rescue It! resurfacing products.  Numerous consumers report having relied on manufacturer representations that Rescue It! was a product of the highest quality, capable of resurfacing, sealing, and waterproofing all in one product. Unfortunately, many of these same consumers have complained that their decks are now seriously damaged due to the premature failure of Restore It!  Additional... Read More
09/17/2015

TimberSIL Lawsuit Investigation Based on Premature Rotting

TimberSIL Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims that TimberSIL wood, used extensively in New Orleans home reconstruction following Hurricane Katrina, is now beginning to show signs of extensive, premature rotting.  A traditional wood alternative, TimberSIL is a wood composite fortified with glass.  The material was marketed as being especially friendly to the environment as it omits chemicals that might otherwise slow the rate of decay. Now, in addition to problems being reported in New Orleans, property owners in several states are... Read More
08/04/2015

Bair Hugger Body Warming Device Lawsuit

Bair Hugger Lawsuit

Post-Surgery Bair Hugger Linked to Dangerous Infections Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims that the Bair Hugger warming device may lead to serious infections in patients having undergone hip and knee replacement surgery. Patients suffering dangerous bacterial infections have alleged that 3M, the manufacturer of Bair Hugger, was aware of the risk of such infections at least since 2010 when the inventor of the device cautioned hospitals to cease deploying the device because of the risk of infection.  It has been... Read More
07/14/2015

American Water Heater Product Defect Investigation

American Water Heater Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims that residential gas water heaters manufactured by American Water Heater Company may have been constructed of substandard materials leading to premature rupturing and, ultimately, to significant water damage in customer homes. Research into the construction of gas water heaters manufactured by American Water Heater Company suggests that the manufacturer used plastic drain valves, instead of brass or steel, leaving water heaters especially vulnerable to premature failure and extensive interior water damage. If you purchased a... Read More
09/01/2013

Tremco Roofing Systems

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Audet and Partners, LLP is investigating potential claims against Tremco, Inc. for false advertising and the sale of defective roofing systems.  A former Tremco employee testified that Tremco, Inc. failed to disclose the true quality of roofing systems to various governmental entities and the company sold defective roofing products, materials and systems to these entities both directly and through various roofing contractors. This testimony eventually led to a settlement in which Tremco agreed to pay more than $60 million to the... Read More
03/28/2012

Werner S2208 and S2210 Attic Ladder Investigation

Werner S2210

According to allegations in a recently filed class action complaint, certain Werner Attic Ladders may have dangerous defects. The attic ladders that are the subject of the class action are S2208 and S2210 pull-down attic ladders. According to the allegations in the complaint, these attic ladders are sold by Lowe's Home Centers. According to the complaint, Lowe's sold approximately 600,000 of these allegedly defective ladders, nationwide, up until 2008. Read... Read More
03/02/2011

How to Find and Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product or defective drug, one of the first things you should do (after getting medical treatment for the injury), is to contact an attorney. People who are harmed by defective products or defective drugs (or anything, for that matter) generally have certain legal rights, but those rights can sometimes be lost if the person who was harmed does not seek legal representation. Therefore, if you or a loved one was... Read More