A Sherwin-Williams Duckback class action lawsuit may be an option for individuals who purchased Duckback and SuperDeck deck and dock coating products and experienced issues with the product’s performance, including cracking, peeling, and bubbling. A class action lawsuit alleges that, despite knowledge of the products’ defective nature, Sherwin-Williams continues to make misrepresentations about their products’ performance while leaving consumers with removal, replacement and other repair costs once the resurfacing products fail. Consumers who have purchased Sherwin-Williams Duckback and SuperDeck resurfacing products may be able to pursue a claim with the help of a consumer product attorney.
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Plaintiffs Seek Damages After Products Failed Within Months of Purchase
Sherwin-Williams Duckback and SuperDeck deck and dock resurfacing products are marketed as premium, all-in-one products for consumers who plan to repair their existing decks and docks with a weather-resistant coating.
Sherwin-Williams Duckback and SuperDeck resurfacing products are designed to provide long-lasting protection against moisture and the damaging effects of the sun. However, a class action lawsuit filed in November 2017 alleges that Sherwin-Williams Duckback and SuperDeck resurfacing products are “plagued by design flaws” that may lead the products to “crack, chip, peel, and otherwise fail prematurely.”
On behalf of other consumers, the plaintiff in the case claims that both Duckback and SuperDeck resurfacing products allegedly “deteriorated within months of application,” after the plaintiff applied the products according to Sherwin-Williams’ instructions.
As a result of Sherwin-Williams Duckback and SuperDeck resurfacing products’ alleged failure to perform as promised, the class action lawsuit alleges violations against the defendants, including breach of express warranty as well as violation of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and various state consumer protection laws.
How a Sherwin-Williams Duckback Class Action Lawsuit Can Help
When a company sells a defective product, it can be liable for any damages that result. Even if the product does not cause physical injury to a person, customers may be able to recover the costs they paid for any Sherwin-Williams Duckback or SuperDeck deck and dock resurfacing products purchased, as well as any out-of-pocket costs, including repairs and/or deck replacement.
Individuals who have purchased Sherwin-Williams Duckback or SuperDeck deck and dock coating products may be eligible to pursue damages through a Sherwin-Williams Duckback class action lawsuit and are encouraged to seek the advice of an experienced consumer product attorney to learn more about their rights and remedies.
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