Legal help for Chinese drywall lawsuits

|  March 24, 2009 |

As we reported a while back, Chinese-made drywall imported into the U.S. between 2001 and 2008, may have been contaminated with sulfuric acid. Some say the contamination is causing wiring and other metal components in homes and buildings to corrode. Now a law firm in Louisiana has stepped in to offer builders, developers, suppliers and others legal services defend themselves against claims.

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