Do you have toxic Chinese drywall in your home? Call us at (678) 799-7676. We are still accepting new clients with claims against Knauf, Taishan, Crescent City Gypsum, IMT, C&K, BNBM, and Venture Supply, Inc.

The Doyle Law Firm has been representing hundreds of clients in the consolidated Chinese drywall litigation in New Orleans, Lousisiana. Judge Eldon Fallon is the United States District Court judge overseeing the process which, to this point, has focused mainly on the Knauf (KPT) related defendants. Because the KPT settlement (recently announced and preliminarily approved by the court) affects roughly 4,500 of the 10,000 filed cases, it is now time to focus on the other cases involving other manufacturing defendants and seek relief for those homeowners that have seen little progress in their cases to this point.

Contact the Georgia Chinese drywall attorneys at Doyle Law. We're Georgia Chinese drywall litigation attorneys representing home owners throughout Georgia. Call us today at (678) 799-7676 for a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

There are over 1,000 defendants (manufacturers, importers, distributors, home builders, and drywall subcontractors) in the consolidated litigation, which is focused on roughly 30 different manufacturers that produced defective Chinese drywall. Of those 30 manufacturer, many of them fall under the corporate umbrella of a larger business. For example, our discovery has shown that Beijing New Building Materials is the parent company of more than 10 Taishan-related businesses that sold products under a variety of names. In total, roughly 6 manufacturers produced a defective sheetrock product that was distributed along the Gulf Coast of the Southeastern United States. And, the coastline of the U.S. (Pacific, Gulf Coast, and Atlantic Coast) has the large majority of homes built with defective drywall.

What is Chinese Drywall?

It is simply a building product used to create the walls in a home. Chinese drywall is no different in appearance than domestic drywall. The problem with the imported drywall from China is the composition of the gypsum material inside the sheetrock - it contains contaminants that should have been removed during the manufacturing process. Over time, the defective drywall materials undergo a chemical process and "off-gas" noxious fumes that are harmful to people and certain metals within a home.

When was Defective Chinese Drywall Used?

Picture of China logo stamp on KPT chinese drywall sheetrockBeginning in 2001, Chinese drywall was imported to the United States and used throughout our country in the construction of single family residences, multi-family residences, and commercial properties. Some of the product that was manufactured in China is non-reactive, which means that it does not off-gas toxic chemicals. However, during the Chinese drywall litigation, testing has been conducted that proves a substantial amount of the drywall imported between 2004 and 2008 is defective and most of those manufacturers can now be identified.

Where was Chinese Drywall used in Georgia?

Based on documents produced by several defendants in the consolidated Chinese Drywall Litigation, it is clear that toxic Chinese drywall was used in Georgia. Delivery invoices show that defective drywall was delivered in Atlanta, Macon, Columbus, Valdosta, Augusta, Athens, Canton, Jesup, Brunswick, St. Simon's Island, and Savannah. If you find the "China" stamp on your drywall, call us today to discuss your legal options.

Defective Chinese Drywall Manufacturers

Here's a list of the drywall manufacturers that have been identified thus far as selling defective drywall to distributors in the United States:

  • Knauf Plasterboard Tianjin (KPT)
  • Knauf Plasterboard Wuhu
  • Knauf Plasterboard Dongguan
  • Taishan
  • Taian Taishan
  • Beijing New Building Materials (BNBM)
  • Taihe
  • Venture Supply Taihe
  • Venture Supply Tajhe
  • Venture Supply, Inc.
  • Pro Wall
  • Crescent City Gypsum
  • Dragon Brand Drywall
  • C&K Gypsum
  • IMG Drywall
  • International Materials Trading Gypsum (IMT)
Contact the Doyle Law Firm to discuss a potential Chinese drywall lawsuit. Doyle Law represents home owners in Georgia dealing with toxic Chinese drywall. Call (678) 799-7676 today.

Sometimes a name doesn't give you the information necessary to help you determine whether you have defective drywall in your home. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, so visit our Chinese Drywall Pictures page to see an example of the manufacturer's markings for each of these companies.

We represent homeowners throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida and Texas who are dealing with this nightmare. If we can assist you with a Chinese drywall claim, please do not hesitate to call us for a free legal consultation.