Class Action Lawsuit Consolidates Claims Against Saint-Gobain
A single class-action lawsuit against Saint-Gobain – a multinational plastics company with a plant in Merrimack – will replace four cases originally filed separately in Federal Court. The plaintiffs all claim Saint-Gobain polluted their drinking water by emitting chemicals known as perfluorichemicals, or PFCs.
A federal judge had ordered the consolidation.
The new, combined lawsuit names 20 plaintiffs, represented by five law firms. They seek compensation for damages including declining property values, medical costs, attorney fees, and numerous other claims.
In their complaint, the plaintiffs request a jury trial, which is yet to be scheduled.