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Galaxy Note 7 Burn Lawsuit

For the last several weeks, it seems like there has been a daily incident of yet another Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploding or catching fire. There has even been a car fire that was reportedly due to the defective device catching fire. So it comes as no surprise that Samsung has decided to stop selling the device altogether in hopes to limit their liability. The AP has reported that the costs of suspending the device manufacturing and various recalls/replacements will likely end up costing the global consumer electronic giant approximately $17 Billion. Samsung will also likely face dozens of tort suits from consumers due to burning or inhalation of toxic fumes. If you have been the victim of one of these device malfunctions, feel free to contact our law firm for further consultation and help in litigating this matter.

Written by Vincent Michael Last Updated : March 30, 2020

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