If you bought a cell phone, tablet, laptop or similar product that used a lithium ion battery from 2000-2011, you might be owed some cash.
A group of battery makers said they would pay a $45 million settlement, which would end a lawsuit claiming that the manufacturers would fix the price of the batteries for more than ten years.
Here’s how you qualify:
- You live in the United States
- You bought a device that uses lithium ion batteries and/or you bought replacement batteries
- You did the above actions between 2000-2011
Items on the list include:
- Cell Phones
- Cordless Power Tools
The amount of money you may get in a return is directly linked to how many of those products you purchased.
All claims must be filed by November 29.
What is a Class-Action Lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit is when a group of people have a similar complaint or have similar injuries from a product and sue the company/defendant as a large group.
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