Cohen & Malad, LLP is investigating consumer concerns about laminate flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators. California consumers filed a class action lawsuit in December 2014 against Lumber Liquidators alleging Chinese-made laminate flooring exceeded EPA standards for formaldehyde emissions.

Anderson Cooper of CBS’s “60 Minutes” reported that Lumber Liquidators is the largest and fastest-growing retailer of hardwood flooring in North America with revenues over a billion dollars a year. Watch Anderson investigate claims that the laminate flooring manufactured in China for the retailer far exceed health and safety standards related to formaldehyde levels contained in the flooring.

Formaldehyde is a chemical used in the manufacture of resins and particleboard products. The EPA considers formaldehyde a probable carcinogen.

If you purchased laminate flooring from Lumber Liquidators, our class action attorneys would like to speak with you. Contact us to learn more about the current lawsuit and learn more about your legal rights and options.