The Floor and Decor class action lawsuit has been filed by Robertson & Associates. This Floor and Decor lawsuit has been filed in multiple states. Robertson and Associates say that some reports show that some Floor & Decor flooring products may contain alarmingly high amounts of formaldehyde, this USA known carcinogen.
Floor & Décor failed to disclose potential unsafe levels of formaldehyde used in their wood flooring products. Formaldehyde is a volatile organic compound, at room temperature formaldehyde is released in gas form. In wood flooring materials, formaldehyde can be released into the air in a process known as "off-gassing."
Robertson & Associates, a nationally renowned construction defect litigation firm, has filed a class action lawsuit against Floor & Décor, alleging it sold laminate flooring with excessive levels of formaldehyde in violation of California law. If you purchased laminate flooring from Floor & Decor which was manufactured in China, and you want to learn more about your legal rights, contact Robertson & Associates at (818) 851-3850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thus firm was one of the first to file lawsuits against Lumber Liquidators involving similar allegations that its Chinese-made laminate flooring contained formaldehyde levels higher than allowed under California Air Resources Board (CARB) regulations.
Alexander Robertson, IV, Esq. holds an AV-Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell legal directory. AV Preeminent® is a significant rating accomplishment - a testament to the fact that a lawyer's peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence and ethics. Mr. Robertson has been named a "Super Lawyer" in Southern California every year since 2011, and was recently awarded "The Litigator" award from the Trial Lawyers Board of Regents, a distinction given only 1% of all attorneys based upon proven verdicts and settlement amounts. Alex Robertson, IV has recovered more than $300,000,000 for his clients since 1986. As one of the country’s top litigators of toxic mold cases, Alex has handled thousands of indoor air quality cases involving airborne toxins into his client’s homes. Alex has handled numerous high profile toxic cases, including those for celebrities Ed McMahon, Erin Brockovich, Ted Nugent, Vin Scully (L.A. Dodger’s announcer) and other celebrities, professional athletes and public figures. Many of his cases have been featured in local and national media, including CBS News “48 Hours” (twice), CBS News “The Early Show”, ABC News “Prime Time Live”, NBC News “Today Show”, New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, ABA Journal, Forbes Magazine and CNN’s “Lou Dobbs” show.