According to recent sources, the class action law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is looking for owners of Apple’s latest MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops with cracked screens. The motive behind this odd search is to make “potential legal claims against” Apple on their behalf.
This means that the lawsuit firm is gearing up for a class-action lawsuit. As evident in recent customer complaints many of the users of Apple’s latest notebooks are experiencing cracked screens and have also complaint vigorously in recent months. In most of the cases owners of the laptops said that they opened up their machines only to find huge cracks on their screens that emerged unexpectedly.
This clearly suggest the case of manufacturing defect and some users have even complained that these cracks have rendered their PCs useless and required owners to pay for around $600 for the repairs. The firm released a statement that the Cupertino, California based tech giants customer service has insisted that a small item or particle lodged between the keyboard and screen caused the cracks.
It seems, Migliaccio & Rathod LLP believes that the problem is widespread and it makes sense to file a class action suit against Apple, as was first discovered by 9to5Mac.
“Migliaccio & Rathod LClass action attorneys charge huge amounts of money for their services, so it makes a great sense for law firms to search for plaintiffs. Meanwhile, in a lot of cases class members are left with small checks, coupons or other awards of little or no value. It is unclear how large the potential class could be.
Many users allege that they have opened their devices from the closed position without applying any undue pressure, only to find dramatic cracks in the retina display, often accompanied by black bars running across the screen. Others report that the crack followed a simple adjustment of the screen’s viewing angle.”
these kind of class action attorneys charge huge amounts of money for their services, so it makes sense that the law firms are searching for plaintiffs. Meanwhile, in a lot of cases class members are left with small checks, coupons or other awards of little or no value. As for this case, we have to wait and see how big the potential class could be.