Chinese Drywall Lawsuit

Chinese Drywall Lawsuit

Drywall was imported from China from 2004 to 2008 because the domestic wallboard industry could not meet the demands of the housing market boom and substantial rebuilding efforts following the destructive hurricanes in 2004 and 2005. The imported Chinese drywall releases sulfuric gases that corrode metal appliances and components in homes. Residents of these homes also complain that the gases result in headaches, respiratory and skin ailments.

Chinese Drywall Lawsuit Settlements

  • Arnold Levin, Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel in the Chinese Drywall Litigation, announces $80 Million settlement with Builders, Suppliers, Installers and Insurers – View Settlement Notice
  • Arnold Levin, Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel in the Chinese Drywall Litigation, announces $800 Million settlement with KPT – View Settlement Notice or Read Press Release
  • Arnold Levin, Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel in the Chinese Drywall Litigation, announces $53 Million settlement with Banner Supply and its insurers in Chinese Drywall Litigation – View Settlement Notice or Read Press Release
  • Arnold Levin, Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel in the Chinese Drywall Litigation, announces $8 Million Settlement with Interior/Exterior Building Supply, LP in the Chinese Drywall Litigation – Read the Story