Class Action: Atlas Shingles Roofing Problems May Stem From Defect

December 11, 2013 Last Updated on 06/26/2017

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Case Update

Atlas Litigation Potentially Proceeding as Individual Lawsuits

July 6, 2017

You may have heard last month that a judge denied plaintiffs’ request to certify this case as a class action lawsuit – essentially putting an end to the current litigation. However, there may still be recourse available to you if you have these shingles on your house. You will need to take further action.

Attorneys are now attempting to file these cases individually. They believe they have enough evidence, including an internal company document referring to a defect in the shingles, to continue the fight against Atlas. Furthermore, these shingles were sold to approximately 125,000 people, and attorneys suspect the manufacturer will not want to defend potentially thousands of individual lawsuits.

Even if you have previously contacted or another organization about this issue, fill out this form to learn more about the legal options available to you.

At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Consumers whose homes have been outfitted with Atlas Chalet roofing shingles.
What's the Problem?
Atlas Chalet shingles allegedly crack, blister, and fail prematurely. Because the product has been discontinued, even a single broken shingle may require homeowners to replace their entire roof.
How a Class Action Can Help:
A successful class action can help homeowners recover compensation for money they spent repairing and replacing their shingles.
What You Can Do:
If you had problems with Atlas Chalet shingles, fill out the form on this page and tell us about it. One of the attorneys looking into the shingle problems may then reach out to you directly to ask you a few questions and explain how you may be able to join in on the litigation.