Juul Lawsuits and the Phoenix Vape Case

The Centers for Disease Control reported that in 2019, more than 25% of U.S. teens used e-cigarettes. One of those teens recently filed a federal lawsuit against vape products manufacturer, Juul, alleging that the company used misleading advertising and promotional efforts that were directly responsible for his nicotine addiction.   Vaping Addiction and E-Cigarette Lawsuits…

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Vaping Health Risks

Electronic cigarettes were first developed in the early 1960s, but more than 40 years passed before manufacturers combined a battery, an ultrasonic atomizer, and plastic cartridges with nicotine and flavorants to create the current variants of e-cigarettes. Those components generate moist smokeless air that contains nicotine, flavors, and other substances, supposedly with reduced tar and…

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