Chinese Drywall

James, Hoyer, Newcomer, Smiljanich & Yanchunis, P.A. recently filed a class action lawsuit in Florida against Taylor Morrison Homes, Knauf Plasterboard Tianjin Co. Ltd., and Rothchilt International Ltd. concerning defective Chinese drywall used in the construction of Florida properties built between 2004 and 2006.

If your Florida property was built in or after 2004 and you have noticed a sulphur or “rotten egg” smell and/or had recurring problems, such as corrosion, with your air conditioning, appliances, or electrical wiring, your property may have been built using defective drywall manufactured in China by Knauf. This drywall was imported into the United States and used by builders during a shortage of American-made drywall caused by the construction boom in 2005-2006.

Complaints have been raised by dozens of affected property owners throughout Florida concerning this defective drywall. As our law firm continues to investigate this matter, we want to hear from people with information about the defective drywall and help those impacted by it.

Please contact us using the form below if you believe that your Florida property was built with defective Chinese drywall, you have suffered any of the above-described problems caused by the defective drywall, or you are a former employee of a company that bought, supplied, or used defective drywall. One of our attorneys or investigators will respond to your e-mail promptly. Our law firm, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, fights fraud on behalf of consumers across the country.