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If you have experienced problems with your Case Module Express picker, contact the attorneys at Price Armstrong. We can help you seek justice and protect your rights throughout the process. Call us today for a free initial consultation and review of your case.
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Case IH is the world’s second largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment, with annual revenues of its foreign-owned parent company exceeding $28 billion. In 2011, Case introduced a new model, the Module Express 635. The Module Express 635 was promised to create greater efficiencies for cotton farming. Case represented that the Module Express 635 would pick cotton even faster, require less maintenance, and, crucially, possess the power to handle difficult conditions, such as wet or uneven fields.
Price Armstrong is representing cotton farmers who have discovered that the Case IH cotton pickers they purchased don’t work as promised. Our clients report a host of problems with their Case pickers, including lack of engine power and hydraulic pressure, module-building issues, software failures, head and door issues, poor build quality, excess downtime and decreased efficiency, and even instances of pickers catching on fire.
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