The attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether certain GE refrigerators contain a defect which causes the appliance to stop operating and may also pose a fire risk. It is believed that this alleged defect is present in GE fridges sold before 2008 under the following names: GE; Profile; Café; Monogram; and GE Custom Style. To assist in its investigation, the attorneys would like to hear from consumers who experienced problems with one of these appliances to help determine if they have legal recourse to seek compensation for damages. If your General Electric fridge caught fire or stopped operating, visit http://www.classaction.org/general-electric-refrigerators.html
for a free evaluation of your complaints.
If General Electric (GE) was aware or should have been aware that these fridges contained a defective design, consumers may have legal options. Potentially, those who purchased the allegedly defective GE fridges
may be able to file a collective claim in court to seek compensation for losses associated with their appliance. This type of legal action is also known as a class action lawsuit.
If your GE fridge caught fire
or stopped working, the attorneys working with ClassAction.org invite you to visit the website. On the site, consumers can receive a free case review which can help determine their eligibility for legal recourse and compensation. This consultation is being offered at no cost and with no obligation.
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