Berger & Montague is investigating a potential nationwide
class action lawsuit against manufacturers of solar panels as a
result of a possible common defect that is causing the panels to
prematurely disintegrate, sometimes causing complete failure just
two years into their twenty-five year life span.
According to a New York Times' research, "the
$77 billion solar industry is facing a quality crisis just as solar
panels are on the verge of widespread adoption." The article
quotes an industry expert who believes that "some manufacturers are
absolutely swapping in cheap Chinese materials to save money."
Consumers who experienced problems with their solar panels
may be entitled to compensation. If you purchased or installed
solar panels that were defective or are not generating the
megawatts as promised, you may be eligible to participate in a
class action lawsuit.
If you suspect that your solar panels may be faulty
or defective, we would like to learn more about your experience.
For questions about this investigation, please
contact Shanon J. Carson at (215) 875-4656 or
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also
use the contact form on the right to share your situation with us
and discuss your legal rights.
Have you purchased or installed solar panels that
disintegrated, failed to produce the promised
megawatts, or have otherwise prematurely stopped working?
Fill out the free case review form describing your
circumstances to find out if you have legal recourse to recover
Solar Panel Investigation Attorneys
Berger & Montague's
attorneys are currently available to review claims from consumers
who experienced problems with their solar panels. If you
suspect that your solar panels may be faulty or defective, complete
our no cost, no obligation case review form today. At no cost
to you, our lawyers will review your claim to determine if you can
recover financial compensation.