Defective Cotton Picking Machines
Defective Cotton Picking Equipment Attorneys
The Case Module Express 635, an innovative cotton picking machine that combines cotton picking and baling functionalities, was released in 2011 with the promise of providing farmers greater efficiency during the harvesting process. Instead, the Module Express has proven defective, presenting farmers with a host of problems that decrease efficiency and increase maintenance issues.
The defective product attorneys at Dudley DeBosier are currently investigating defective cotton picking machine lawsuits on behalf of farmers who used the Module Express 635. If you owned or leased one of these machines between 2012 and 2017 and experienced problems, contact us today. You may be entitled to significant compensation, and we’re ready to help you get the money you deserve.
Module Express 635 Creates Problems for Farmers
The Module Express was marketed as a cost-effective, revolutionary product that would allow cotton farmers to streamline the harvesting process. By providing on-board module building, the Module Express claimed it could do the work of three different machines, thus reducing harvesting time as well as labor and machinery costs.
Manufactured by CNH Industrial America, LLC, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of farming and construction equipment, the more than $500,000 Module Express presents power, hydraulic, module building, and software problems. Instances of the machines shutting down mid-field and even catching fire have also been reported. Additionally, Case IH stopped manufacturing replacement parts, leaving farmers without a solution when their machines stopped working. If you owned or leased a Module Express 635 and experienced those or other problems, contact Dudley DeBosier today. We want to help.
Rush to Market Leads to Module Express Inefficiencies
Although Case IH’s longstanding competitor, John Deere, began developing similar equipment around the same time, the Case Module Express 635 was released nearly two years before John Deere’s 7760. Some plaintiffs believe that Case IH rushed the Module Express to market in an effort to beat their competition and cut down on production costs despite the machine’s defects. Case IH is now facing a class action lawsuit on the grounds of rushing their product to market with known defects and failing to disclose those defects to consumers.
Louisiana Defective Product Attorneys Investigating Defective Cotton Picking Machines
At Dudley DeBosier, we don’t think it’s fair when big manufacturing companies make false claims about their products. If you owned or leased a defective Case Module Express 635 between 2012-2017, contact our Louisiana defective product attorneys today. We are currently investigating claims related to the Module Express, and we want to help you get the compensation you deserve. We’re available 24/7, and our case reviews are free. Contact us today to get started.
Dudley DeBosier is not associated with, sponsored by, or affiliated with Case IH, CNH Industrial America, LLC, or John Deere.
Cases may be referred to another attorney or law firm.