Verdie v. Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America Settlement

 NEW!The FAQ page has been updated to explain when class members can expect a response on claims they have filed. Click here to read the FAQ.


Welcome to the Mitsubishi LaserVue Settlement Website

If you purchased a Mitsubishi LaserVue TV that is currently malfunctioning, and/or if you previously spent your own money to repair certain problems with your LaserVue TV, you may be entitled to a repair, payment or reimbursement from a class action settlement.


A proposed Settlement has been preliminarily approved by the Court in a class action lawsuit against Mitsubishi alleging that the sale of Mitsubishi LaserVue TVs (“TVs”) violated warranty and consumer protection laws. Mitsubishi denies all wrongdoing. Both sides agreed to settle to avoid the costs and uncertainty of litigation.

You are a Settlement Class Member if you purchased a Mitsubishi LaserVue TV, models L65-A90, L75-A91, L75-A94, or L75-A96 from January 1, 2008, to July 13, 2015. But, you are not in the class if you: (i) released your claims, (ii) got your TV for commercial use or resale; (iii) are a current or former Mitsubishi employee; or (iv) are a judicial officer to whom the Action is assigned (or immediate family of such an officer).

Mitsubishi agreed to distribute to Class Members (a) reimbursement of repair expenses and (b) extended warranty benefits, in the form of either free repairs or a payment of at least $500. You can receive reimbursement for any money that you spent out-of-pocket prior to July 13, 2015 to repair Malfunctions on your TV. “Malfunction” includes any video anomaly or other issue that interferes with your TV’s normal or intended functioning as described in its original warranty, but does not include damage to cosmetic parts of the Television, including the screen and cabinet assembly.

The full Notice may be found here, or in the Case Documents tab above. Click here to file a claim.

Although the information in this website is intended to assist potential Class Members, it does not replace the information contained in the Class Notice and the Settlement Agreement, both of which can be found and downloaded from this website. We recommend that you read the Notice and other relevant case documents carefully.

A list of the important dates for the Settlement can be found here.