On Friday, in the USA a Galaxy Note 7 user named Jonathan Strobel filed a case in a Florida state court in Palm Beach County against Samsung over his Galaxy Note 7 catching fire in his pocket which caused him several body injuries on September 9, according to Reuters.
Meanwhile, Jonathan is now claiming a big compensation from the South Korean tech giant Samsung for his overall damage like medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other supposed injuries as well, however, in the lawsuit Jonathan’s lawyer has explained that the blast occurred when the gadget was in the front pocket of his jeans pant, something which bringing about extreme smolders on his right leg. His left thumb additionally endured smolders as he attempted to expel the gadget from his jeans.
Furthermore, the incident happened a day before Samsung officially recalled its sold Galaxy Note 7 in America, therefore Jonathan’s lawyer Keith Pierro said in the court that “He has a deep second-degree burn, roughly the size of the phone, on his right thigh, and also added that “Unfortunately for my client the recall came too late.”
To know more details about this fact when contacted with Samsung a spokesman named Danielle Meister Cohen from the company didn’t put any comment on it but only said: “We don’t comment on pending litigation.”
However, the claim by Jonathan Strobel might be the first in the United States by a Samsung telephone client against the South Korean organization over a battery imperfection connected to the Note 7.