The class action lawsuit, filed on September 12, 2016, seeks relief nationally for all customers who bought and applied the Olympic "Rescue It!" products to their deck and concrete surfaces and discovered that, after as little as one season, the products start peeling, cracking, and worsening the original condition of the surfaces. It alleges that PPG knew the Olympic "Rescue It!" products quickly peel, crack, and damage the surfaces on which they were applied, and despite knowing the products were defective, PPG continued to manufacture and sell the products (and still sell the products) even after receiving continued consumer complaints.
PPG is accused of breach of warranty, violating the unfair and deceptive trade practices acts of multiple states, among others. HGD is notifying the public that relief is available from damage caused by using Olympic "Rescue It!" products. If you have purchased Olympic "Rescue It!" let us know your experience and contact us for a free review of your legal options at http://www.hgdlawfirm.com/blog/practice_area/rescue-it-lawsuit.
Hoover, et al. v. PPG Industries, Inc., et al., Civil Action No. 1:16-cv-03415, U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia.
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