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CHICAGO, July 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Complex Litigation Group LLC and Seeger Weiss LLP remind class members that settlement forms are due TOMORROW -
July 23, 2013 - in the class action settlement involving Pella ProLine brand casement, awning and/or transom windows (including 250 and 450 Series windows sold through Lowe's) (Case No. 06-cv-4481). The agreement covers a nationwide class of consumers who purchased Pella's ProLine series windows between 1991 and 2006. It is believed that Pella shipped an estimated 6 million ProLine windows during that span.
Class members are eligible to receive between
$750 in cash per structure (through a claims process) and
$6,000 per structure (through an expedited arbitration process, where Pella can make defenses). Other class members will be entitled to receive certain discounts or coupons. The settlement also provides remedy for owners who will require future repairs or replacements of their windows.
To receive any benefits for eligible damage that existed or exists prior to
July 23, 2013you must file a Claim Form or an Arbitration Form, postmarked by tomorrow July 23, 2013. All information, instructions, and appropriate forms for eligible class members who wish to file a claim may be found at
The current settlement covers only Pella's ProLine Casement windows. However, our investigation and lawsuits continue against Pella's "
Designer" and "
Architect" series windows.
Architect series windows contain an alleged design flaw similar to the ProLine series in that the aluminum cladding allows water to seep under it, and rot out the wood underneath. Sometimes the excessive moisture is so bad that water leaks into the home and causes property damage.
To further our investigation, we ask that anyone who purchased the
Pella Designer or
Pella Architect Series windows that are experiencing rotting or water damage to contact us using the information below. All initial attorney consultations are free of charge.
http://www.windowsettlement.com/Documents/Settlement%20Agreement.pdfCONTACT: Pella ProLine Class Counsel:
Richard Burke and
Paul Weiss of Complex Litigation Group LLC (
http://www.ComplexLitGroup.com), 513 Central Avenue, Suite 300,
Highland Park, IL 60035, Office: 847-433-4500, Email:
Info@ComplexLitGroup.com and Jonathan Shub of Seeger Weiss LLP (
http://www.seegerweiss.com), 77 Water Street,
New York, NY 10005, Office: 888-584-0411.
SOURCE Seeger Weiss LLP