Interview: Lawsuits Target Defective GreatCall Devices

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According to product liability lawsuits, GreatCall devices are not doing their job. They should be alerting emergency services with the touch of a button, but according to a recent class action lawsuit, they aren’t working. This means that injured people who need help aren’t getting it in time, making their injuries even worse.

In this interview, attorney Brian Chase explains the current status of litigation involving allegedly defective GreatCall devices and what you can do about a broken GreatCall.

Hurt Because of a Defective GreatCall? Call a Lawyer Now

Brian Chase is a managing partner and trial lawyer at Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, LLP. His firm is based in Newport Beach, California, and they handle cases nationwide. He is currently representing a man who sustained injuries due to the device’s failure to work.

Contact attorney Brian Chase directly by calling 888-333-2350.

Topics covered in this interview:

  • What is GreatCall?
  • What are the alleged defects involved with GreatCall?
  • What is the current status of the GreatCall recall?
  • What is GreatCall doing about these allegations?
  • Were people injured because of the faulty GreatCall devices?
  • How many defective GreatCall devices were sold?
  • What is the status of the GreatCall class action lawsuit? Am I eligible to join?
  • Can anyone in the country join this class action suit?
  • What if GreatCall or Best Buy contacts you and you return the device? Can you still join the suit if you sign a release?
  • Why are class action cases important for consumers?

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