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Argos Agrees to $10.2M Settlement Resolving Defective Concrete Lawsuit
Argos Agrees to $10.2M Settlement Resolving Defective Concrete Lawsuit

ATLANTASept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Pope McGlamry, P.C. and Moss & Gilmore LLP are pleased to announce that a $10.02 million settlement has been reached between Argos USA LLC, ("Argos") and the plaintiff class ("Plaintiffs") (the "Settlement").  The litigation stems from Plaintiffs' allegations that Argos supplied a specific concrete mix that contained an excessive amount of fly ash that was not designed or intended for slab or flatwork uses, creating surface durability and dusting issues at residential properties.  The mix was poured during a six-month period in 2013 in the Savannah, Georgia area and affected hundreds of residential properties, many owned by veterans.

On August 30, 2019, United States District Judge, the Hon. R. Stan Baker in the Southern District of Georgia (the "Court"):  (i) granted Plaintiffs' Motion for Class Certification, in part and certified the issue of liability; (ii) appointed Class Representatives, and (iii) appointed attorneys at the law firms of Pope McGlamry, P.C., and Moss & Gilmore LLP, as class counsel.

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