LG Refrigerator Class Action Settlement Announced
Some owners of LG Refrigerators have noticed a defect where the devices stop cooling. Claimants also state that LG must have clearly known about this, but continued the sale of their Refrigerators, while also handing incomplete warranty coverage and repairs to boot!
The company has denied these claims, but have still come to an agreement with plaintiffs to settle this case.
If you have owned an LG Refrigerator and have experienced a No-Cooling event, where your LG Refrigerator did not meet the optimum temperature levels that are necessary to keep your food, drinks, medicines and other perishables fresh, you may be owed compensation! Contact us today for more information on the LG Settement’s Terms, or to join the LG Refrigerator Settlement:
Who is Eligible for the LG Refrigerator Settlement?
Per the Settlement Website, you may be eligible for the LG Refrigerator Class Action Settlement if “your LG Refrigerator, manufactured between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2017, stopped cooling, and you experienced delayed or unsuccessful repairs, replaced your LG Refrigerator or experienced property loss (spoiled food, beverages, medicine, or other perishables, or damage to your property).”
Similarly, “under the Settlement, owners of LG Refrigerators may submit claims for cash payments for past No-Cooling Events. If you submit a valid and timely claim, you may recover up to $450 based upon your attestation under oath. You may recover more if you support your claim with proof. The Settlement also extends the warranties for the LG Refrigerators and requires important changes to LG’s customer service procedures.”
Editor’s note on the LG Refrigerator Settlement:
This piece is written about the recent LG Refrigerator Class Action Settlement. For more information, or to submit a claim, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!
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