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General Liability question - I'm not a lawyer

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DILands, Sep 10, 2016.

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    Okay guys - here's the scenario.

    i'm in T-Mobile on Sunday returning my Note 7. That turned into a royal cluster#$%@. Folks in the store were awesome - T-Mobile's processes - not so much.

    Customer comes in - undecided whether ot not to return. T-Mobile rep tells him 35 cases worldwide . . blah, blah, blah. Customer is obviously away of the (at that point) voluntary recall. They leave the store - phone catches fire either at home, or in their vehicle. They sue - because everyone does.

    I'm thinking, even though the consumer made the decision to keep the devise, that Samsung would still be held liable in a court of law.

    Thoughts???
     

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    #2 mikedt, Sep 10, 2016
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was launched in 2016, before subsequently being removed from production over battery issues.

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