Lawyers representing individual plaintiffs who say they became sick from exposure to formaldehyde gas in laminate flooring have asked a federal judge to spurn a $26 million class action settlement with Lumber Liquidators.

The attorneys insist their clients were cut out of the deal, which was struck late last month.


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