Are your trees and bushes dying?
Did you use the weed killer Imprelis?
Imprelis® was used from 2010 through 2011.
IMPRELIS TREE DAMAGE LAWSUIT: CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT OPT-OUT AND CLAIMS DEADLINE IS JUNE 28, 2013!
YOU MUST ACT ON OR BEFORE JUNE 28, 2013 OR YOU WILL BE BARRED FROM EVER FILING AN INDIVIDUAL IMPRELIS CLAIM!
Since the EPA Imprelis ban and DuPont Imprelis recall, property owners around the country have filed lawsuits seeking compensation for their dead and dying trees. If you believe shallow root system trees on your property were killed or damaged by Imprelis, Gilman Law LLP can assist you in filing an Imprelis claim. Our firm is offering free consultations to any property owner who lost trees to Imprelis. To discuss your Imprelis claim with the experienced legal team at Gilman Law LLP, please contact us today.
An Imprelis class action lawsuit settlement has been proposed in Pennsylvania federal court that, if approved, would resolve some damage claims filed against DuPont in the wake of the 2011 Imprelis recall. Imprelis is a toxic herbicide (weed-killer) which has destroyed or caused severe damage to hundreds of thousands of trees and adjacent vegetation. In many cases, this damage may not occur or become apparent until years after application. Gilman Law LLP believes that affected property owners, lawn care professionals, golf courses and other self-applicators are entitled to substantial compensation, tree removal and replacement with like kind trees (e.g. similar in size), and an unlimited full and complete warranty from DuPont for any future Imprelis tree damage compensation and remediation.
WE ARE GRANTING PRIORITY STATUS AND FREE LEGAL CONSULTATIONS TO ALL IMPRELIS LAWSUIT CLAIMANTS!
CONTACT GILMAN LAW LLP FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION TO SEEK FULL COMPENSATION FOR YOUR DAMAGES. CALL TOLL FREE 877-428-7374
Property owners and others who believe the compensation offered by the Imprelis class action settlement is inadequate must inform the Court, in writing, of their desire to be excluded from the class action settlement on or before June 28, 2013 in order to maintain their rights to file an individual Imprelis tree damage lawsuit against DuPont. Failure to meet this deadline or the claims deadline of June 28, 2013 will leave you without legal recourse, and you will be forever barred from filing any claim against DuPont! Our Firm is offering free legal consultations to property owners who wish to be excluded from the Imprelis class settlement and/or who wish to file claims by the June 28, 2013 deadline. Because of the impending Court imposed deadline, WE ARE GRANTING PRIORITY STATUS TO ALL IMPRELIS LAWSUIT CLAIMANTS! However, you MUST contact Gilman Law LLP before the Court imposed June 28th deadline to ensure you preserve your right to seek full compensation. For more information, call Toll Free at 1-888-252-0048.
DuPont’s Imprelis Recall
Imprelis herbicide was introduced by DuPont in 2010, and was marketed as a more environmentally friendly weed killer than other herbicides. Intended to be used by lawn care professionals only, Imprelis was highly effective in controlling problem weeds such as clover, ground ivy and violets. While Imprelis was quickly adopted by the lawn care industry, reports were mounting across the country by the summer of 2011 that some ornamental trees and shrubs near lawns treated with Imprelis showed browning and dieback weeks after the application and continuing years later. Whiles spruce and pine trees appeared to be the most severely damaged, damage symptoms were also observed on many other species of trees and shrubs. Following an investigation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Stop Sale and Removal Order (SSRO) for Imprelis in August 2011, and the herbicide was pulled from the market.
Symptoms of Imprelis Tree Damage:
Evergreen trees damaged by Imprelis will exhibit yellowing and browning of needles, twisting and curling of needles and tips of branches, and eventual needle drop at the ends of the branches and possible death of the tree. On pines, the newly emerging “candles” (new growth) are affected. On deciduous, broad-leaved trees, leaf cupping and twisting can occur, as well as misshapen and smaller leaves with browning along the margins. It is important to note, however, that severe damage to tees and adjacent vegetation may not occur or become apparent until years after application.
What If I Want to File a Claim Form or Individual Imprelis Claim or Lawsuit after June 28, 2013?
If you wish to be excluded from the Imprelis class action lawsuit or perfect an individual claim, you MUST TAKE ACTION ON OR BEFORE JUNE 28, 2013 to inform the Court, in writing. It is VITAL that you contact Gilman Law LLP before June 28, 2013 in order to explore the options that are available to you, and to preserve your legal rights against Dupont. For a free evaluation of your potential Imprelis lawsuit, please fill out the online form on the left or call Toll Free at 1-888-252-0048.