At Slinkman, Slinkman & Wynne we believe that one of our most important duties as an active member of the Jupiter, Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast communities here in Florida is to provide pertinent information and guidance to our fellow citizens on a variety of legal topics. One of those topics that has taken center stage in the media once again is a defective product from an easily-recognizable international company: Samsung.
Of course we are referring to their recently-released Galaxy Note 7. The problem with these smartphones is that their catching on fire, or exploding due to an apparent faulty battery pack. The issue so serious that Samsung has done everything it could to get in front of this issue – offering free exchanges to everyone who brings in their Galaxy Note 7, no questions asked.
In addition, according to a multitude of reports from a variety of news outlets including our own Channel 12, Samsung has also recalled all of the phones it has shipped to the U.S. that have not yet been sold – bringing the total of recalled phones to as high as a staggering 2.5 million units, so far.
To view the entire video piece, go here: http://cbs12.com/news/local/samsung-recalls-galaxy-note-7-replacement-phones-available
Further complicating an already horrible situation for Samsung, the replacement phones the company promised to those who already purchased the phone have not arrived here in the U.S. yet, and Samsung has yet to release a revised time table. In addition, several people who allege their phones have already caught fire and have suffered injury as a result are suing the company. One such story of a man who says his phone exploded while he was in a Costco store in Palm Beach Gardens on September 9th has been well publicized, including an article in the national news magazine Fortune.
People do get hurt every day while using cell phones, appliances, equipment and even toys that assist us in living our lives on a daily basis. Sometimes these injuries are 100% due to user error, or alterations made to the products leading to accidents because of improper usage. Sometimes, as in the case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the defective product itself is partially or fully to blame for you or your loved one getting injured.
Instead of trying to figure out how to get some type of settlement out of the manufacturer or their high-powered, expensive lawyers who are paid to keep as much money from you as possible, come to Slinkman, Slinkman & Wynne, P.A. We are a law firm who has well over four decades of experience helping our clients receive the maximum amount of compensation they deserve for injuries, medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering due to defective products.
At Slinkman, Slinkman, & Wynne, P.A., we know that any product may cause injury or death, including a smartphone. Even if the defect is not due to any negligence on the part of the manufacturer, the manufacturer can be held responsible for any damage caused by the defective product. The retailer may also be viewed are partially responsible for having sold the defective product. A claim can even be brought against the person or company that was involved in distributing the defective product.
If you want to learn more about how to go about hiring the right attorneys for you if you have a potential defective product case, then go to http://sswlawfl.com/areas-of-practice/defective-products/. We also specialize in Accident & Serious Injury, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice and many other types of legal situations where injury or death has occurred.
Whether you are in Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Stuart, West Palm Beach or any other location throughout the state of Florida, you need to find and hire a law firm that has the level of knowledge and experience that will yield you maximum results, while also working with you throughout your particular situation until it is resolved. With over four decades of experience, that firm is Slinkman, Slinkman, & Wynne.
Our main office is located in south Florida in Jupiter at 1015 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 101A. You can contact us directly at (561) 686-3400, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact us today for a FREE initial consultation.