Welcome to the Horvath v. LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. website.


A class action settlement has been reached with LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. ("LG") regarding an alleged defect in LG G2x mobile phones that plaintiffs claim could cause the phones to either (1) repeatedly freeze, shut down and power off randomly ("shutdown defect") or (2) bleed or leak backlight from the edges of the phones' screens ("screen bleed defect").  LG denies plaintiffs' claims and that it violated any laws.  The notice summarizes the proposed settlement.  Specific information is provided in the Settlement Agreement that is available for review on this website.

If the settlement is approved, each class member who submits a Claim Form will receive $19.00 so long as they verify they are a resident of the United States, purchased an LG G2x mobile phone between April 15, 2011 and October 30, 2013, notified LG or T-Mobile U.S., Inc. ("T-Mobile") about the shutdown defect or screen bleed defect, and continued to experience similar problems after making such notice.  Purchasers of an LG G2x mobile phone who received multiple G2x replacement phones that experienced the same alleged defect are entitled to make multiple claims.

LG is providing these benefits to members of the class and is funding the settlement.  T-Mobile is not a party to this lawsuit.

Your legal rights are affected regardless of whether you act or don't act.  Please read the notice carefully.

Your Legal Rights and Options in this Settlement:
Submit a Claim Form
within the Deadline
The only way to get a reimbursement payment.
The deadline to submit Claim Forms is February 24, 2014.
Exclude Yourself Get no payment.  This is the only option that allows you to bring a claim against LG about the factual and legal issues raised in the case.
The deadline to request exclusion is December 30, 2013.
Go to a Hearing Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the settlement.
The final approval hearing is set for January 13, 2014.
Do Nothing Get no payment.  Give up all rights.

These rights and options – and the deadlines to exercise them – are explained on this website.

The Court in charge of this case still must decide whether to approve the settlement.  Payments will be made only if the Court approves the settlement and after any appeals are resolved if any appeals are filed.  Updates as to the status of this matter will be provided on the settlement website.  Please be patient.