Milstein Adelman currently represents hundreds of homeowners throughout the United States who have contaminated "Chinese" drywall installed in their homes. While the investigation is still evolving, there are several factors which may indicate the presence of contaminated "Chinese" drywall imported from China:
It has been determined that the drywall was manufactured using waste products from coal plants and that it contains iron disulfide. The drywall emits harmful gases including Hyrdogen sulfide, Carbonyl sulfide, Sulfur dioxide and Carbon disulfide, which are harmful to the buildings and its occupants.
Below are some photographs of some of the suspected damage to buildings:
Here are some additional photographs showing the manufacturer "Knauf" and the words "Tianjin" and "China", which are the suspected source locations for this drywall.
The attorneys at Milstein Adelman have been on the cutting edge of construction defect and class action litigation. Our expertise, experience and associations with a wide network of law firms throughout the United States makes us uniquely qualified to prosecute a lawsuit involving the integration of defective building materials in any state in the United States.
The law firm has represented tens of thousands of homeowners with construction defects in their homes over the past decade and has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on their behalf. We have extensive experience resolving large complex cases involving dozens of parties, insurance companies, subcontractors and Plaintiffs.