LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Gustafson Nicolai pc, a Los Angeles-based law firm, has filed a sixth lawsuit against Apple, Inc. and related entities stemming from exploding Apple iPhone 6 products that injured its clients.
Seontaik Kim; Mina Choi; Hwiram K., a minor v. Apple Inc. and Verizon Communications, Inc., Santa Clara County Superior Court Case No. 17CV319298, was filed on November 16, 2017.
Gustafson Nicolai pc previously filed similar complaints against Apple and related parties (Romero v. Apple Inc. and AT&T Corp., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BC658648, filed April 20, 2017; Morley v. Apple, Inc., Santa Clara County Superior Court Case No. 17CV310047, filed May 12, 2017; Speaks v. Apple Inc. and Verizon Communications, Inc., Santa Clara County Superior Court Case No. 17CV312922, filed July 12, 2017; Jalaycia T., a minor v. Apple Inc. and AT&T Corp., Santa Clara County Superior Court Case No. 17CV314575, filed August 16, 2017; and Umeh v. Apple Inc. and Airtouch Cellular, Inc., Fresno County Superior Court Case No. 17CECG03499, filed October 11, 2017).
Each of the Complaints sets forth claims for general negligence and products liability in connection with Apple iPhone 6 products that exploded and injured the Plaintiffs. The Complaints seek damages for personal injury, wage loss, loss of use of property, hospital and medical expenses, general damage, property damage, and loss of earning capacity. The Complaints further seek punitive and exemplary damages.
Gustafson Nicolai pc continues to investigate the matter and is interested in speaking to others who may have suffered similar injuries due to iPhone explosions.
Gustafson Nicolai pc is a full-service law firm that specializes in civil litigation, including personal injury matters. The firm can be contacted through its principals, Adam C. Nicolai and J. Ryan Gustafson (www.gnlawpc.com; 310.361.0787; email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
A copy of each Complaint filed to date can be found here:
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