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By selling its e-cigarettes to young people, Juul has unleashed a scourge of nicotine addiction upon our youth. Young people that never dreamed of touching a cigarette believed they could use Juul’s products without consequences. A Juul lawsuit has become one of the biggest tools addicted young people have at their disposal to hold Juul accountable.
Juul lawsuit lawyers are currently meeting with clients to learn more about the role Juul has played in addicting an entire generation on nicotine. The company has clearly targeted young people in marketing efforts, and they should pay the price.
If you or your child has become addicted to nicotine because of Juul’s products, you should contact the Louthian Law Firm to schedule a free consultation. We want to hear more about your situation, so we can help you determine whether a Juul lawsuit might be the right course of action for you.
Public safety warnings and safety officials are telling us more and more about Juul’s addictive qualities, and a host of Juul lawsuits are making clear that the public isn’t going to stand for Juul’s misleading claims.
If you are a young person or the parent of a youth who is addicted to Juul or has experienced a vaping lung injury, you should know that legal options are available to hold Juul responsible for the addiction it has caused.
Juul has been selling their devices since 2015, and the company’s representatives have touted its products as being a safe alternative to smoking. However, Juul doesn’t know fully how its e-cigarette products are affecting consumers.
More than 25% of young people have vaped in the last 30 days; and as we learn about the risks of vaping, it’s clear that manufacturers will need to confront the potentially devastating impact of their products. Juul lawsuit compensation could cover medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, among other expenses.
Juul class action lawsuits have been filed, and many more users are considering their legal options. If you or a loved one has become addicted to nicotine because of Juul’s products, you have the right to explore all your legal options.
We encourage you to contact the Louthian Law Firm if you are interested in filing a Juul lawsuit. We offer free consultations, and we encourage you to give us a call at (803) 454-1200 or fill out our online contact form to get started with a case evaluation.
If you’re considering legal action against Juul, you will benefit from taking a few key steps before you act.
If you have become addicted to nicotine or you’ve been injured from using a Juul, you should strongly consider speaking to an experienced lawyer who can begin work on your case immediately. Make sure you don’t speak to a representative of Juul or an insurer that isn’t your own. The days, weeks and months following an injury are a very important time in a Juul lawsuit. Your attorney can help you avoid making costly mistakes and help you take the steps you need for a possible Juul lawsuit.
Can you sue Juul for addiction or vaping-related injuries? Yes, you can file a lawsuit against any manufacturer who sells you a product that causes you harm. Addiction-related lawsuits are currently being prepared. Vaping-related lung injury cases are also being filed against Juul. These legal actions are now in the works across the U.S., and it is clear that Juul’s misleading marketing efforts have put them in a unique position of being vulnerable to legal action.
If you are dealing with addiction, serious injuries or illness from using a Juul, you should know that you likely have legal options available. When you hire an experienced attorney, you will have an advocate on your side that will advise on the steps you should take when filing a lawsuit against Juul.
The Louthian Law Firm has over 80 years of experience helping people get the compensation they are entitled to. If you want an attorney that won’t back down from a fight, contact our Juul lawyer today to schedule a free case evaluation.
Juul has clearly marketed its products toward young users, and its efforts have created a generation of young people with nicotine addictions, many of whom never even smoked traditional cigarettes. Many users are also under the legal age of 18. A young person’s brain is in a crucial stage of development up until the age of 26.
Becoming addicted to nicotine at this young age affects a user’s brain in profound ways. For example, young people with nicotine addictions are more likely to develop other substance use disorders later in life. Non-smokers under the age of 18, or even up the age of 26, should consider legal action if they have become addicted to nicotine using Juul products.
In these types of lawsuits, you will seek damages for the many expenses you have faced. Vaping-related illnesses are extremely costly. A vaping injury can affect you for the rest of your life, so it’s important for you to work with a lawyer who knows how serious your case is. In a Juul lawsuit, you can seek damages for…
When you suffer serious respiratory injuries, you are likely dealing with an incredible amount of suffering. The damages you should demand in a Juul lawsuit should reflect all the suffering you’ve endured because of that injury or illness.
Safety advocates are alarmed by the surge in popularity of vaping among teens. In just one year, the rate of high school seniors that reported vaping rose from 11% to nearly 21%. The National Institute on drug abuse has never recorded an increase that comes close to that jump. It’s impossible to look at the dramatic rise of vaping and not consider Juul’s role.
The Food and Drug Administration warned Juul repeatedly not to market its products to young people. The company’s representatives have touted the safety of its products to consumers, with at least one documented instance of a representative’s referring to Juul as being safe during a presentation at a school.
Researchers have also reviewed Juul’s advertisements and determined that the company’s marketing efforts implicitly targeted young people. Not only did the ads portray young people using the products, Juul pushed its flavored products in its marketing campaigns. The FDA has not determined that Juul products are safe, and the fact that the company has misled young people into believing there are no negative health consequences has likely contributed greatly to the increased popularity of vaping among teens.
Teens are particularly vulnerable to the addictive qualities of nicotine because their brains are still developing. Three out of four teens that smoke will continue to smoke as adults. We still don’t know whether vaping will have the same impact, but products like Juul, which deliver powerful doses of nicotine, could very likely leave millions of teenagers addicted to nicotine well into adulthood.
We are only now beginning to understand the incredible harm that can result from dangerous vaping products. Because vaping hasn’t existed as long as other types of nicotine ingestion methods, we will likely be learning about the short- and long-term effects for years to come. What we do know is alarming.
The most recent reports regarding the outbreak of vaping lung disease paint a picture of respiratory illness that could permanently affect users. Many of those affected are young, otherwise-healthy individuals. One example of the terrible consequences of vaping is an 18-year-old student athlete who, after vaping for a year and a half, now has the lungs of a 70-year-old.
The FDA, CDC, clinicians and countless other parties are currently investigating what might be causing these vaping-related injuries. We currently have no definitive answer to this question. Investigators are considering the impact of vitamin E acetate, which is found in some vaping products containing cannabis. The candy flavoring in vaping products is also a major concern to health advocates. One candy-flavored e-juice might contain hundreds of additives, and we simply don’t know how each of these components might affect users.
In the 2019 vaping lung disease outbreak, the symptoms of vaping lung disease manifested quickly in sufferers. Coughing, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, fatigue, fever or abdominal pain have been reported by some patients in the outbreak, according to the CDC.
Some of the patients who have died or become seriously ill collapsed without warning and were hospitalized, only to discover that their condition was likely caused by vaping. A variety of conditions have been reported in the most seriously ill patients, including lung inflammation and lung collapse.
If you believe that your addiction, injury or illness has been caused by vaping, your first priority should be looking after your health and seeking immediate help. Contact an attorney as soon as possible to find out whether you have a case against Juul. If you and your attorney agree to file a lawsuit, you might expect the following process…
This process could unfold over the course of several months or longer.
Juuling has become very popular among young people. Though some of the first marketing campaigns by e-cigarette manufacturers targeted smokers who wanted to quit, some teens who have never smoked have also started vaping. Marketing efforts could explain some of this. Teens’ witnessing friends and influencers using these products has also played a role in the popularity of Juuling among teenagers. More than a quarter of high schoolers have reported vaping in the last 30 days and, since Juul has the largest share of e-cigarette sales in the U.S., it’s probable that Juul is the preferred method for many young vapers.
Vaping has not yet been banned. Federal regulators have pressured e-cigarette manufacturers to ban flavored products, and many states have considered enacting their own bans on flavored products. However, Juul and other e-cigarettes are still widely available.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that anyone concerned about their health should stop vaping immediately. Some people who want to quit smoking or vaping turn to patches, gum or lozenges that contain nicotine. However, if possible, you should consider avoiding nicotine entirely. Social support is a great tool. Tell your loved ones that you want to quit Juul, and they can offer you distractions and encouragement.
Safety advocates suggest staying busy, avoiding triggers and remaining positive. Consider speaking to a healthcare professional if you believe that social support isn’t enough. The 2019 vaping lung disease outbreak has prompted many people to give up Juul for good, and no one wants to be the next victim in this epidemic.
If you are considering filing a Juul lawsuit, contact the Louthian Law Firm by calling us at (803) 454-1200 or filling out our online contact form. We want to help you get the compensation you are entitled to, and we aren’t scared of corporate giants like Juul.
We offer free consultations, so contact our team today to get a case evaluation.