Trex Company, Inc.
Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro filed a class-action lawsuit against Trex Company, Inc., claiming the nation's largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking sells flawed products and fails to live up to its obligations to consumers when its products exhibit fungal spotting and color issues.
If you are a Person in the United States or its territories, or a legal representative, heir, successor in interest, transferee, or assignee of such a Person, who owns or owned a Trex Structure built with Trex Product purchased during the period from August 1, 2004 through August 27, 2013, you are a settlement class member. For purposes of the settlement, “Trex Structure” is defined as a deck, railing, fencing, or other structure built with “Trex Product.” “Trex Product” is defined as Trex non-shelled wood-plastic composite decking, railing, or fencing material sold under the trademarks “Accents®”, “Accents Fire Defense®”, “Origins®”, “Brasilia®”, “Contours®”, “Profiles®”, “Traditional Railing”, “Designer Series Railing®”, “Seclusions®”, or “Surroundings®”. Class members may receive various benefits under the settlement, including monetary and other relief.
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