Defective Goodman Air Conditioners

On November 13, 2012, Tycko & Zavareei LLP, Seeger Weiss LLP, and Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP filed a class action lawsuit against Goodman Global, Inc. and its affiliates for allegedly selling defective central air conditioning units.  The civil action on behalf of all consumers in Pennsylvania that purchased a central air conditioning unit bearing the trade names Goodman® and Amana® from 2007 to the present.

The lawsuit alleges that Goodman and Amana central air conditioning units sold during this time frame contained defective evaporator coils that improperly and prematurely rupture and leak refrigerant (a.k.a. Freon), which in turn causes the air conditioners to stop functioning properly.  It also alleges that Goodman has known about the defective evaporator coils since at least 2007, but that the company has failed to inform consumers about the problem, issue a recall, or take other corrective measures.

We are interesting in hearing from consumers nationwide who have experienced evaporator coil problems with Goodman or Amana central air conditioning units.  Please contact us by filing in your information below.

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