Claim a Warrany Extension and Cash in Sony Class Action Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who purchased/owned/received any Sony mobile device manufactured, sold, and/or distributed by Sony Mobile Communications in any state, the district of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

*Excluded entities are detailed in the Long-Form Notice

Settlement Amount

Indistinguishable amount.

Proof of Purchase

Class members must provide specific information depending on type of claim:

  • Device Type
  • Submission Date
  • Facility
  • Description

All documents received from Sony rejecting or denying the claim must be included in members claims.

*Never send original documents with your claim.

Claim Form

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Important Dates

11/01/2017: Exclusion Deadline

11/01/2017: Objection Deadline

11/01/2017: Notice of Appearance Deadline

12/01/2017: Fairness Hearing

01/30/2018: Claim Form Deadline

Settlement Notes

  • Logan Lades and James Goddard v. Sony Mobile Communications (U.S.A.), Inc. and Sony Electronics, Inc.
  • Case No. 2:17-cv-2264-JFB-SIL
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Class members of the┬áSony Water Intrusion class action lawsuit claim that the defense, Sony, misrepresented its devices as “waterproof”. Filings revolve around the believed violation of different consumer protection acts and other statutes. Logan Landes and James Goddard began the process in January 2016 and officially filed a class action complaint against Sony in April 2017. Plaintiffs sees nationwide reimbursements for the numerous advertising and marketing issues. Sony denies all allegations, but has agreed to a settlement which has been approved by the court.

Extended claim conditions may jeopardize some claims, but Sony agrees to provide warranty extensions, changes to packaging and advertising, and claim processes to previous water-related incidents. Warranties will be extended an additional 12 months for devices whose warranty was in effect at the date of the preliminary approval order, and six months for devices whose warranty was no longer in effect. Packaging and labels will be reissued within 90 days of the preliminary approval. Eligible class members who appear in Sony record a 50% of MSRP for applicable devices. Those not in Sony records will undergo a separate approval process before receiving the same compensation.

Involved class members will be represented by Nancy A. Kulesa and Shannon L. Hopkins (Levi & Korsinsky LLP).

Contact Information

Sony Mobile Communication Class Action Settlement Administrator

c/o Heffler Claims Group
PO Box 60257
Philadelphia, PA 19102-0257
Phone: 1-844-367-8807

Settlement Website

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