Summer Infant In View 2.0 Video Baby Monitor – Class Action Investigation

Summer Infant In View 2.0 Video Baby Monitor – Class Action Investigation

Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith is investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Summer Infant based upon allegations that its Summer Infant In View 2.0 Video Baby Monitors are defective and/or prone to premature loss of battery life and inability to charge. Specifically, reports indicate that the battery life can decrease dramatically soon after purchase and that the device will not charge when plugged in.

If you have purchased a Summer Infant In View 2.0 Video Baby Monitor and have experienced battery or charging problems, please contact the attorneys listed below.

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns
Alex M. Kashurba