Case Name

Werner Co. Defective Pull-Down Attic Ladder Class Action

Defendant

New Werner Co. d/b/a Werner Co., et al.

Court

United States District Court, Western District of Washington at Tacoma

Case Number

3:12-CV-05186-rbl

Date Filed

05/12/2012

Case Status

Closed

Case Type

Defective Product

Attorneys

Kim D. Stephens

Werner Co. Defective Pull-Down Attic Ladder Class Action

As co-lead counsel for the plaintiff class in Clemans v. New Werner Co, et al., U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, we successfully obtained free replacement ladders for a national class of approximately 300,000 consumers.  The class alleged that Werner pull-down attic ladders were unreasonably dangerous because of defective hinges.  The settlement was valued at $48 million dollars.

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