JUUL Vaporizer Lawsuits
Commonwealth Law Group and its affiliate partners are reviewing claims on behalf of Americans who used a JUUL vaporizer device before 11/2018 and before turning 18 years of age, and who then developed an addiction to nicotine.
About the JUUL Addiction Lawsuit
JUUL Labs, which produces JUUL vapor pods and e-cigarettes, are facing hundreds of lawsuits that allege that JUUL didn’t appropriately warn users of the health risks associated with using their products. JUUL markets its products as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes, but they still contain nicotine. In reality, JUUL products contain much more nicotine than their leading competitors—and nicotine is a potentially seriously harmful substance and can be highly addictive.
Nicotine can be harmful to anyone, no matter their age, but it has been proven to be much more harmful to children and teenagers, who are much more likely to become addicted. JUUL didn’t do enough to warn users of these risks, as they should have, and JUUL may have even been marketing directly to children and teens across the country.
Smoking cigarettes regularly has never been less popular among teens and children than it is today, so for them, JUUL usually isn’t a replacement for a dangerous habit like smoking. Rather, it’s more of a new hobby that they take up because it seems “cool” and because it comes in flavors that appeal to them
Minors who became addicted to nicotine after using JUUL products have suffered serious harm. Commonwealth Law Group wants to hold JUUL accountable and seeks financial compensation for those victims. If you or someone you know became addicted to nicotine after using a JUUL vape as a minor, you may be eligible for financial compensation.
Irresponsible Corporate Behavior by JUUL
So far, JUUL has been the most highly recognized name in the race to dominate the ever-growing e-cigarette market. A recent valuation pegged JUUL as worth more than $38 billion, and it has recently received a major round of funding from a tobacco products conglomerate.
There is credible evidence that much of JUUL’S success can be attributed to its popularity among children and teens. The company certainly realized this, as significant attention was given to making JUUL appear young, hip, and appealing to younger consumers. Allegedly, JUUL directly and intentionally advertised to children and teens, even going so far as giving presentations in schools under the guise of anti-addiction and mental health seminars.
JUUL didn’t stop this behavior until state and federal governments began investigations and threatened the company with legislation and fines. Furthermore, JUUL only started using appropriate nicotine warnings on their products when forced to by law. It was too late; millions of people, many of them teenagers, had already started using JUUL products without knowing the dangers and health risks. Many of them now have a nicotine addiction.
Fighting for Justice
JUUL is busy trying to clean up its image now, but serious damage has already been done. If you’re one of the tens of thousands of people who used JUUL products as a minor and then acquired an addiction to nicotine, you may be facing health issues from nicotine in the future, as well as the pain, discomfort, and costs associated with trying to quit. Our law firm believes you should be compensated for that and JUUL should be held accountable for that harm-and pay for it.
Don’t wait. Call today Commonwealth Law Group today for a free consultation.
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