Goodman Heat Pump Problems Prompt Complaints, Class Action Lawsuit

January 30, 2014

Important Information

ClassAction.org is no longer reviewing claims for this case. An update on the status of the litigation has been provided below.

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Case Update

Goodman/Amana Cases Dismissed

June 15, 2017 - Despite the hundreds of complaints from people with Goodman/Amana HVAC units, the lawsuits over the allegedly faulty coils have all been dismissed. The judge dismissed the lawsuits for a number of reasons, which are broken down here. Thank you to everyone who reached out to us about this issue.

Unfortunately, some cases that affect many people end up falling through. We wish you the best of luck going forward. 

February 6, 2016 - Thanks to everyone who contacted us regarding their Goodman/Amana HVAC units! We've received hundreds of inquiries about problems with the units and are pleased to announce that the litigation is moving forward. Right now, the lawyers we work with are waiting on a ruling from the judge to determine who will be part of the class – and therefore covered by any potential settlement – should the case be certified. Although the lawyers we work with do not need to speak with any additional Goodman/Amana HVAC owners, those concerned about their rights and whether they may be covered by any potential settlement should speak with an attorney in their area.

Stay tuned for more information as the case progresses! While we no longer need to hear from people with these HVAC units, we will continue to update this page as we get more information. One good way to stay in touch with us and to keep up with new settlements is to sign up for our newsletter or to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

You can view our current list of lawsuits here.

At A Glance

This Alert Affects
Anyone who purchased or uses an air conditioner, air handler, or heat pump sold by Goodman Manufacturing, Co. under the trade names Goodman and Amana.
What's The Problem?
The evaporator coils in certain Goodman air conditioners are allegedly too thin, and can corrode or crack, causing refrigerant to leak.
Company
Goodman Manufacturing, Co., Goodman Global, Inc.
Type of Lawsuit
Class Action