Judge Puts Nail in then Coffin of the Hyundai Peeling Paint Lawsuit

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A peeling paint lawsuit has fallen apart after a judge’s recent dismissal. The judge said this dismissal is with prejudice because the plaintiffs keep repeating the same allegations that were already dismissed.

In other words, the plaintiffs had their chance and blew it. The original lawsuit alleged that Hyundai’s paint falls apart as the polymers break down and make the paint susceptible to peeling and flaking.

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