Samsung Galaxy Note7 Class Action Lawsuit Filed by McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP
On September 2, 2016, Samsung announced that as the result of a battery cell issue it would stop sales of the Note7. On September 15, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall program. Both Samsung and the CPSC informed consumers to “power down” and stop using the Note7 immediately. At that time, Samsung did not have a sufficient inventory of new Note7s available for exchange. On October 11, Samsung announced that it would stop production of the Note7 after realizing the new Note7s were also experiencing the battery cell defect. While Samsung has offered consumers replacement phones or a refund, it has failed to reimburse consumers for monthly costs associated with owning an unusable Note7. If you purchased or financed a Samsung Galaxy Note7, please contact us to find out if you are eligible for this class action lawsuit.