Juuling Financial Compensation
Were you told JUUL was safer than cigarettes?
Are you addicted to vaping JUUL?
Have you experienced trouble breathing or other lung problems?
Have you had experienced any of these vaping dangers: seizures, cancer, or strokes?
This is NOT your fault. You were unfairly targeted by JUUL. We’re here to help get you a cash settlement. No upfront costs. We don’t charge you money unless we win your case.
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Facts About JUULING, vaping and e-cigarettes
- 57 deaths have been confirmed due to vaping
- E-cigarettes usage is HIGHER IN YOUTH THAN ADULTS
- All JUUL flavors contain nicotine
- One JUUL vaping pod contains more nicotine than an entire pack of cigarettes
- JUUL intake is through aerosol, not actually a vapor
- Aerosol contains tiny chemical particles
- Nicotine in JUUL has been shown to damage adolescent brains and cause addiction
- For every 1 adult who stops smoking due to vaping, 81 kids start vaping.
- Brains are still developing until about 25 years old. See Surgeon General report.
- 1 in 5 high school kids vape using JUUL or other e-cigarette products.
- From 2017 to 2018, e-cigarette use in high school kids increased by 78%.
- 58% of those who had ever tried Juul or similar devices continued to use them, compared to just 17% of teens who had ever tried cigarette
- 1 in 10 Eighth graders vape.“With Juul, you get trapped much more easily. There’s nothing about it that’s telling your body that it’s harmful.”
- 1 in 20 underage middle school kids vape.
- From 2017 to 2018, e-cigarette use increased by 48% in middle school kids.
- “The Surgeon General has concluded that e-cigarette use among youths and young adults is of public health concern; exposure to nicotine during adolescence can cause addiction and can harm the developing adolescent brain.” CDC Report
- Fruit-flavored JUUL pods are still available online
- JUUL invested tens of thousands of dollars to get in the doors of schools, claiming it was anti-nicotine program. Teachers were asked to leave the classroom for the presentations. JUUL showed their products, exposing the youth to e-cigarettes and claiming it was safe.
- JUUL CEO Kevin Burns admits during an interview with CBS News that JUUL does not know the long-term effects of vaping.
Dangers of Vaping
JUUL, vaping and e-cigarettes can cause the following problems:
- Lung problems including higher asthma attacks
- Respiratory problems
If you or a loved one who was previously not a smoker experienced any of these problems, please call our JUUL lawyers at 1-844-266-9468 for a free case evaluation. You could have a financial claim against the JUUL manufacturers.
Teenagers, adolescents and young adults were targeted consumers by JUUL, the largest maker of e-cigarettes. The vaping company spent money marketing on specific social media channels with younger demographics. They marketed pod flavors that were sweet and candy-like, appealing to the youth, not older adults. Now our youth are addicted to vaping e-cigarettes and are experiencing severe health problems. If you are addicted to JUUL, please seek help to stop vaping. The Truth Initiative offers advice.
Our JUUL lawyers at Laminack, Pirtle & Martines are talking to individuals to determine if they have a lawsuit claim against JUUL. If you or a loved one started JUULing without previously smoking cigarettes and experienced health problems including addiction, seizures, strokes and lung problems, please call our vaping attorneys today at 1-844-266-9468. Our attorneys do not charge any fees unless we win your case.
Laminack, Pirtle & Martines attorneys have won millions for their clients against major companies including pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, energy companies and more. Their proven experience in and out of the courtroom ensures your case will be handled with the utmost integrity. All of our vaping, e-cigarette, and JUUL cases are handled individually and are not part of a class-action lawsuit.
To understand why our JUUL Lawyers are filing lawsuits against JUUL, maker of e-cigarettes, we want to give you a quick history of the product. JUUL is a brand of e-cigarettes that was introduced in 2015. Today, JUUL owns 75% of the e-cigarette or vaping market. In 2018, Altria, the parent company of PhillipMorris and manufacturer of Marlboro cigarettes, invested $12.8 billion in JUUL, offering retail placement next to its traditional cigarettes. JUUL employees received significant bonuses with the deal.
When it launched, JUUL paid social media influencers money to market its e-cigarette product on Instagram and Facebook. JUUL social media accounts were active until November 2018. JUUL vaping devices and vaping pods are designed to look like USB drives and charge via a USB drive. Because of this design, parents and educators don’t realize a teenager is juuling or vaping. It’s easily disguised because of the shape and lack of smoke vapors. Plus, JUUL marketed sweet flavors like fruit and candy that appeal to younger people. 43% of teens who tried JUUL said they did so because of its flavors.
JUUL pods contain high-levels of nicotine. However, until 2018, JUUL didn’t have the nicotine warning labels on its packaging. Only after the FDA made it a requirement, was the warning label added.
JUUL delivers nicotine salts to the user. Nicotine salt is a combination of nicotine with Benzoic Acid. Nicotine salts allow the user to take in more nicotine without the harsh effects. It’s smoother and more palatable, meaning users can vape much higher level of nicotine content than they can using traditional cigarettes. Studies are finding that vaping with JUUL products is more addictive than smoking. The nicotine salt is delivered by an aerosol, not a vapor. The aerosol can contain tiny chemical particles that are highly dangerous.
FDA Investigation Of JUUL
In 2018, the FDA started investigating JUUL and its marketing practices. Below is a summary of the FDA findings on the e-cigarette maker and the demands the FDA made.
- April 24, 2018 – The FDA demands JUUL Labs produce documents regarding JUUL’s marketing practices, market research, product design, public health impact, adverse events and complaints related to JUUL.
- September 12, 2018 – The FDA conducts the largest coordinated enforcement activity in its history, focused on the sale of e-cigarettes to kids. The FDA issues warning letters and fines to more than 1,300 retailers for illegally selling JUUL and other vaping products to minors. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., said, “We see clear signs that youth use of electronic cigarettes has reached epidemic proportions.”The FDA’s letter read in part:On XX/XX/XXXX, an inspector representing the FDA completed an inspection of the establishment located at Address, City, State Zip Code. During this inspection, the establishment was in violation because you or your employee sold an e-liquid product to a minor and failed to check identification to verify purchaser’s age for a purchaser under the age of 27. This inspection revealed that the establishment sells, distributes, and/or advertises tobacco products, including e-liquid products, which requires that the establishment and its owners comply with federal laws and regulations governing such practices.
JUUL In The News
Across the country, teens are being hospitalized due to vaping. More studies show the dangers of teens vaping JUUL and other e-cigarette products. JUUL lawyers and attorneys are filing lawsuits against the company. Even states are filing lawsuits against the e-cigarette manufacturer. Below is a small sample of JUUL in the news.
January 14, 2020 – Juul will stop selling fruit-flavored pods in Canada
January 12, 2020 – 15-year-old Texas teen becomes the youngest to die from vaping. The vaping dangers are real with this being the 57th confirmed death.
January 9, 2020 – San Diego Schools Sue Juul Over Youth Vaping Epidemic
January 7, 2020 – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announces lawsuits against vaping companies
November 5, 2019 – “With Juul, you get trapped much more easily. There’s nothing about it that’s telling your body that it’s harmful.”
October 30, 2019 – Former JUUL Executive says JUUL knew it sold 1 million contaminated mint pods and did nothing.
September 26, 2019 – 11 deaths now linked to vaping. State health officials are investigating more than 1,000 illnesses.
September 11, 2019 – White House wants ban on flavored pods. Trump says ‘People’ are dying.
September 10, 2019 – Three Houston Teens Hospitalized Due to Vaping
September 9, 2019 – The FDA sends a warning letter to JUUL for marketing tobacco products without proper approval.
September 6, 2019 – CDC says STOP vaping. https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/severe-lung-disease.html
CDC Says Number Of Possible Cases Of Vaping-Related Lung Illness Has Doubled. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/09/06/758337583/cdc-says-number-of-possible-cases-of-vaping-related-lung-illness-has-doubled
August 29, 2019 – JUUL CEO Kevin Burns says he doesn’t want his kids using the product. He also admits that JUUL doesn’t know the long term affects of vaping.