Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating Acer over reports that many of their laptops, including the Aspire 5, Spin, Swift, and Nitro, have defective hinges. Hinge cracking and weakness commonly arises among poorly constructed laptops and often cause much larger functional hindrances. The hinges may become too stiff or loosen and become unable to hold the screen up. Defective hinges can also cause unevenness in the display angle, or, in the worst cases, crack the screen or the plastic around the screen due to uneven pressure. In whichever way the hinge defect manifests, consumers report the same outcome: substantially diminished functionality of their Acer laptops. Owners depend upon Acer’s representations of highly functional and versatile laptops in their decision to choose Acer model laptops over competitors, only to find that the laptops do not live up to marketed standards and are substantially unusable upon the manifestation of this hinge defect.
Does your Acer laptop, such as the Acer Aspire 5, Spin, Swift, or Nitro, have defective hinges? If you purchased within the past 3 years, reach out to us!
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