Our law firms investigate and pursue claims related to Robotic Milker failure. These issues include serious operational problems, and failure to perform as represented and advertised.
The law firms of Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP and Cullenberg & Tensen investigate, advance and resolve claims on behalf of farmers who have experienced Robotic Milker failure.
Our firms are seeking farmers who have installed a Robotic Milker and experienced operational issues, or the Robotic Milker did not perform as represented and advertised, to discuss the possibility of legal action to recover losses.
We have filed a class-action lawsuit against DeLaval Inc. on behalf of dairy farmers who purchased and were dissatisfied with DeLaval’s voluntary milking system (“VMS”) robots. The lawsuit alleges that the VMS robots were defective and failed to perform as represented, including that the robots did not achieve “true quarter milking” as uniformly advertised, causing milk production, value and quality to decrease and increased bacteria counts resulting in mastitis and increased culling. The lawsuit also alleges that DeLeval misrepresented the ability to upgrade the VMS robots, that the system would be equipped with mastitis detection and an online cell counter, neither of which were made available to U.S. dairy farmers who purchased the system.
We are also investigating potential cases against Lely and Galaxy related to the robotic milking systems they sold in the United States.
We have failed Robotic Milker cases in suit in multiple states.