This class action brings suit against American Honda Motor Co., Inc. for defective windshields. The complaint alleges that windshields in Honda CR-V vehicles can spontaneously crack or shatter, endangering people in the vehicle as well as those in other vehicles on the road.
Pella Corporation and Pella Windows and Doors, Inc. will be setting aside over $25 million to settle a class action alleging that Pella ProLine Casement Windows have a defect that allows water to enter and cause damage to the windows or surrounding property. This class action was settled once before, in 2011, but in June 2014 the settlement was rejected on appeal.
This settlement resolves a class action against Windsor Window Company and Woodgrain Millwork, Inc. in regard to certain Pinnacle and Legend Series windows made between January 1, 2000 and January 5, 2018. The class action alleges that the windows have defects that cause the windows to leak and cause damage such as wood rot and water damage.
The plaintiff in this lawsuit alleges that Lincoln's Exterior Glazed Windows manufactured between April 1999 and January 2007 have defects that have or may cause water intrusion and resulting damage to the windows and property. Class members may have had to pay for replacements and damage repairs when they should not have had to.
This lawsuit alleges that the Pella Architect and Designer series windows are defective and therefore allow water to penetrate and leak behind the aluminum cladding, resulting in premature wood rot and other physical damage to both the windows and main structure.