E-Cigarette Lawsuits

E-Cigarette Lawsuits

E-Cigarette LawyerThere have recently been an increased number of E-Cigarette Lawsuits after dangerous side effects have been linked to many vaping products. There have been E-Cigarette Lawsuits filed over false advertising. There is chemical in E-Cigarettes that has been linked to a serious cancer called Popcorn Cancer. The flavoring chemicals that are allegedly causing the cancer are acetyl propionyl (AP) and diacetyl (DA). Acetyl propionyl is commonly used in microwave popcorn. Popcorn workers have previously filed lawsuits after they inhaled acetyl propionyl while working and developed lung cancer. There was a lawsuit filed against Five Pawns which is a e-liquid manufacturer alleging that Five Pawns claimed to removed diacetyl from it's products, but tests later revealed there were still trace amounts that could possibly cause cancer. The daily exposure limit for diacetyl is 65 μg/day. However, in a study conducted at Harvard it was found that in nearly 75% of E-Cigarette there is up to 239 μg/e-cigarette of diacetyl.

E-Cigarette Explosion Lawsuit

In addition to lawsuits being filed over dangerous chemicals that have been used in flavoring in E-Cigarettes, there have been lawsuits over the batteries in E-Cigarette exploding. There was recently 3 E-Cigarette explosion lawsuits filed in California. A man in Bakersfield lit an E-Cigarette, it exploded near his face. His index finger needed amputation and he needed surgery on his tongue. The E-Cigarette explosion lawsuits were filed against both the manufacturer of the device in addition to the stores in which they were purchased. The E-Cigarette explosion lawsuit claims that E-Cigarette are unsafe due the use of lithium ion batteries and chargers and they lack proper warning of the dangers. In addition a woman in California was awarded nearly $2 million dollars after her E-Cigarette battery exploded in her car. She was burned in the E-Cigarette explosion and won what is believed to be the first E-Cigarette Explosion lawsuit in the country. Records indicate there are over 2.5 E-Cigarette users in the United States. The U.S. Fire Administration released a report in 2014 on E-Cigarette and how they can explode and catch fire. That report on E-Cigarette fires indicates that there were 25 reported E-Cigarette explosions between 2009 and 2014. Read the E-Cigarette Explosion study here.

A new California E-Cigarette lawsuit was recently filed in California after a man suffered serious injuries after his E-Cigarette exploded in his pocket.

How to File an E-Cigarette Lawsuit

We are investigating E-Cigarette Lawsuits on multiple fronts. If you have used E-Cigarettes and suffered from cancer, specifically "Popcorn" cancer you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the form the right to have your E-Cigarette Cancer lawsuit evaluated by an attorney at no cost. Our E-Cigarette Lawyers work on a contingency basis, which means there are no out of pocket costs to you to file your E-Cigarette Cancer lawsuit. Our E-Cigarette Lawyers receive a portion only if they are successful in gaining a recovery for your E-Cigarette Cancer lawsuit.

In addition, we are investigating E-Cigarette Explosion lawsuits for people who have been injured in a E-Cigarette explosion either from the battery or the device itself. If you have been injured in an E-Cigarette explosion you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the form the right to have your E-Cigarette Explosion lawsuit evaluated for free.

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