Lawyers for Exploding Lithium-Ion Batteries – More Inside

Lithium ion batteries are the go-to rechargeable batteries when it comes to making cell phones, laptops and other handheld devices. This is because of lithium’s ability to hold charge for long periods of time, its low conductivity, its safety profile as well as ease of availability which translates to massive profits for tech companies. Over 500 million lithium batteries are made every year, and they are used in a number of industries such as telecommunications, medical industry, agricultural as well as in the automotive industry. Lithium, despite its popularity, has the propensity to reach its ignition point very fast, which in turn may cause the battery and the connected device to catch fire instantaneously and even explode. If you were hurt by an exploding lithium battery which caught fire, we can help you recover compensation via a product liability lawsuit.

Are you looking for an experienced lithium battery explosion lawyer? The experienced lithium battery explosion attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of experience helping individuals such as you get the justice and compensation you deserve. Please reach out to us NOW at (773) 900-5566 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We work on contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t charge you a cent until we recover compensation on your behalf. Don’t let companies who put out substandard products get away with it: call us NOW at (773) 900-5566 and we’ll help you create a case to help you recover compensation for your injuries. Helping all victims and survivors of exploding lithium batteries in all 50 states.

Here are some of the appliances and devices that use lithium-ion batteries:

  1. Cell phones
  2. Cordless phones
  3. Smart watches
  4. Garden tools
  5. Tablets
  6. Laptops
  7. Power tools
  8. Hover boards
  9. Vaping products

Why and How Do Lithium-Ion Batteries Explode?

Lithium-ion batteries are usually fitted or attached to hardware controlled by software which lets them know when it’s time to get charged, how long the charge will take, as well as the speed and voltage with which it will be charged. Lithium-ion batteries will catch fire and explode if there are software errors, manufacturing defects on the phone, or if the manufacturer uses substandard and cheaper raw material in the making of these batteries. Thermal runaway is the main reason why lithium-ion batteries explode, and this is due to uncontrolled temperature rises during charging or the operation of the device. In addition, lithium-ion batteries are flanked by metallic material on all sides and the added pressure exerted by these material as well as the extreme heat can lead to the formation of gas and consequently, and explosion and fire.

Lawyers for Exploding Lithium-Ion Batteries – Call Us Today!

Explosions from lithium-ion batteries have been known to cause facial burns, body burns, the destruction of personal property or even a home if the device is left unattended such as in the case of a hover board or tablet left charging as one heads out the house. If you’ve been hurt by a malfunctioning and exploding lithium-ion battery, we can help you recover substantial compensation in the form of damages such as property damage, cost of past and future medical care, pain and suffering, loss of future earning capacity if the explosion caused severe injury, legal fees and so much more. Please reach out to us NOW at (773) 900-5566 to learn more about your legal options after a Lithium-ion battery explosion. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.