Www.Samsung.com/Capacitorsettlement – Samsung TV Capacitor Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
If you bought a Samsung TV that had a manufacture date of December 31, 2008 or earlier, you may be entitled to get some compensation in the Samsung TV Capacitor Class Action Lawsuit Settlement. You can find this date on the back of your TV. It should say MFD date. You should have had the Covered TV Symptoms on your TV for you to to be eligible to get this. This should have happened within 18 months after March 2, 2012. You will be able to get the Model Numbers and the serial numbers at the settlement website at www.samsung.com/us/capacitorsettlement.
In order to be eligible for the Samsung TV Capacitor Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, you can have owned, or have acquired in some way an LCD TV, Plasma TV and DLP TV. You will have to check your TV for the serial number if you want to know if it is covered. Once you have confirmed this, you will be able to take part. You will have to submit a claim form in order to do this. You can download the claim form at the settlement website at www.samsung.com/us/capacitorsettlement.
So what will you get if you were to submit your claim form? There are a number of benefits you may get. They include a free evaluation to determine if your TV has the symptoms. If the symptoms are found, then it will be repaired under the Settlement Warranty. You may also receive a refund if you had your TV diagnosed or evaluated before March 2, 2012. If you had your TV repaired for the problem before March 2, 2012, you can also get a reimbursement of the amount that you spent. Another benefit which you may get is a $300 debit card. You will get this if you did not get your TV fixed before the March 2, 2012 date and you now no longer have that set. Finally, you may get $50 if you have to fix the problem after March 2, 2012.
Apparently you will get some of the benefits mentioned above before the March 2, 2012. However if you wish to get the full benefits, you will have to wait until the Court gives final approval. You will have certain legal rights if you wish to exercise them. They include submitting a claim of course if you wish to take part and get the refund or benefits mentioned above. You do not have to submit a claim form if you do not want the money or the benefits. But remember that if you do not submit a claim form it does not mean that you are considered not to be taking part. The only you can exclude yourself is to submit a written request. When you do this, you will be able to bring your own lawsuit against SEA. However, there is a deadline to do this. Your request must be received on or before April 18, 2012. So if you wish to sue the company, make sure you do this and before the date specified.
If you want to object to the settlement you can do so. However, you must also request this in writing before April 18, 2012. Additionally you can go to the Final Fairness Hearing if you wish to do this. The hearing is set on May 18, 2012. The time of the hearing is 1:30 p.m. Please make sure you are there on time if you wish to attend.
The court has also appointed some attorneys whose help and guidance you can seek if you have questions and concerns on this matter. They are there to represent you so you should take advantage of their free service. They of course will be paid from the settlement funds so you do not have to worry about paying. Make sure you get their contact information at the settlement website if you wish to do this.
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