The defective product attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to plaintiffs seeking to pursue a Chinese Drywall lawsuit. In order to prove liability for this product, it is important to work closely with a Chinese Drywall lawyer. If you are in need of legal representation, contact a Chinese Drywall attorney today. We will answer all relevant questions and help you secure a Chinese Drywall settlement.
In the mid-2000s, when America was experiencing a building boom, fueled by subprime lending, American-made drywall was in short supply. To counter this shortage, builders began using drywall that was imported from China. Homes in at least 23 states were fitted with Chinese drywall.Like many other products imported from China, this drywall was of substantially lower quality than drywall made in the United States. However, this biggest problem with this drywall was that it emitted sulfur gas and made brand new houses smell like chemical dumps.
The smell is, however, forgivable in contrast to the more serious problem: the sulfur corroded the copper wiring inside of houses, causing a slew of other problems, and substantially decreasing efficacy of plumbing, electrical wiring, and air conditioning.
Furthermore, the sulfur emitted has the potential to cause serious health problems.
If your home was built between 2004 and 2007, it is crucial that you check your drywall to see whether or not it might be defective Chinese drywall. If it is, contact our attorneys immediately to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options.