Attorney Devon Bruce Files Lawsuit Against Samsung Over Flaming Phone

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. || Oct 6, 2016

Power Rogers & Smith, LLP attorney Devon C. Bruce filed a lawsuit against Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. on behalf of Michael Taylor who was injured after his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 burst into flames.

According to Taylor, he woke up to his phone shooting out flames one morning in mid-August. The flames caused burns ranging from first to third degree across his legs, and the lawsuit seeks monetary damages for the scarring, economic loss, pain, and suffering caused by the incident. Bruce commented on the incident, saying that:

<blockquote> “Samsung clearly introduced a highly dangerous product into the market without proper design and quality control. This should never have happened.” </blockquote>

For more information, you can view our press release on the case here. If you have any information regarding a Samsung smartphone bursting into flames, please contact Attorney Devon Bruce by emailing him at, or if you are interested in contacting an attorney at Power Rogers & Smith, LLP about a separate claim, please give us a call at (312) 313-0202 or fill out our online form to begin your free case evaluation.

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