Family files lawsuit against Lenovo for allegedly causing fire
Dmitri Voloshchuk, Villela Rosa Tosca, Varvara Voloshchuk, Alexander Voloshchuk, and Daniel Felix Voloshchuk filed a lawsuit on Friday, July 1 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California against Morrisville, North Carolina-based Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo Group Ltd., claiming negligence, product liability, and product recall expansion.
In their lawsuit, the family said their Lenovo Thinkpad laptop had caught fire while it was charging in their place of residence on June 5, 2016, causing damage to their apartment and physical properties.
The family is holding the tech company responsible for the incident, saying it should be liable for not being able to detect defects in the products that it sells to consumers.
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