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Exploding cell phone prompts defective product lawsuit

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Motorola is being sued for $75,000 after a man’s cell phone exploded in his hand. Howard William Goff has filed the suit against Motorola Communications and Electronics.

The day of the explosion, Goff placed the cell phone into the charger. She was woken up around 2:30am by his mother who was hearing popping noises coming from the phone. As Goff picked up his phone to see what the problem was, the phone exploded in his hand. Goff claims that the battery was defective and this resulted in second degree burns on his stomach and hands.

Goff is seeking $75,000 for physical injuries, property damage, physical pain and suffering, medical bills, and mental anguish.

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