The attorneys working with Class Action.org are looking to determine whether certain General Electric (GE) refrigerator owners have legal recourse to seek compensation for damages. Allegedly, certain GE fridges contain a defect which causes the appliance to stop running and may pose a fire hazard. If you own a GE fridge which caught on fire or stopped operating, the attorneys working with Class Action.org would like to hear from you to assist in its investigation. For more information, visit http://www.classaction.org/general-electric-refrigerators.html
and complete the ‘Report a Complaint’ form on the right for a free evaluation of your claim.
It is believed that the alleged defect can be found in GE fridges sold under the following brand names before 2008: Café; GE; GE Custom Style; Profile; and Monogram. Allegedly, certain GE fridges contain a defect which can cause a component in the appliance to fail and the fridge to stop working, and may also present an unreasonable risk of a fire
If General Electric was aware or should have been aware of this alleged defect
, consumers who experienced certain problems with the appliance may have legal recourse. Potentially, these individuals may be able to file a collective claim in court, known as a class action, to seek compensation for the cost of their product, property damage and other losses. For more information, please visit ClassAction.org today.
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