In 2019, the JUUL© vaping trend drew major attention in the media and in courtrooms across America. The e-cigarette brand, as well as the trend of vaping and smoking e-cigarettes has soared in popularity. Unfortunately, there are serious health risks associated with this trend that users need to beware of. With this being a newer, more recent type of personal injury case, it is important that you choose an attorney who knows the facts and how to properly handle these types of cases. Currently, Galloway Jefcoat, LLP is accepting cases versus JUUL© to help victims who have been injured or worse by the vaping & e-cigarette epidemic. Our team of attorneys will help you understand what can be done and will be with you throughout the entire process to get the justice you deserve from the e-cigarette companies.
Vaping & e-cigarette injuries may vary from nicotine addiction, seizure, stroke, heart attack, lung damage, and death. If you currently or have previously vaped and/or have smoked e-cigarettes and have experienced any or all of these symptoms, it is important to take action.
Anyone can be a victim of this dangerous trend, but the most significant indications of vaping/e-cigarette injury have occurred in persons between the ages of 14 and 26 years of age. While there have been 30 total cases of vaping-related lung injuries confirmed by doctors in Louisiana alone, state officials continue to work with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control to investigate the severity of these cases. Out of over 2,000 reports of lung injuries suspected to be caused by vaping in 2019 in the U.S., at least 40 have been fatal.
Galloway Jefcoat, LLP is currently accepting cases versus JUUL©. If you or someone you love has been affected by this harmful product, you need to contact our office immediately via phone at 337-326-5426 or fill out our confidential contact form to take the necessary next steps. It is important that you do not hesitate to take action, as it could be the difference between life or death.
Call us today in Lafayette or Lake Charles to schedule your initial consultation to discover if you have a case. With a statute of limitations of only one year in Louisiana, you have only a short time to file a lawsuit. But don’t worry, you only owe us if your case is successful.
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