E-cig battery explosion cases on the rise

We are handling cases involving e-cigarettes. In addition to concerns about toxic chemicals associated with the devices, we are currently investigating cases involving severe injuries caused by exploding e-cigarette devices and exploding e-cigarette batteries.

These explosions have been linked to faulty e-cigarette products, defective lithium-ion batteries, and insufficient warnings for users.

With this number of serious injuries caused  by e cigarette use. Injuries from theses explosions include serious thermal burns, deep tissue chemical burns, and damage to skin and bones that require months of treatment, including painful skin and bone grafs, as well as facial reconstruction. There is also evidence that the vaping liquids contain toxins that cause lung disease and cell damage. To start the legal process, contact Augusta Ken Nugent which has an experience in injury attorney, no obligation consultation about your injuries or vaping injury case.

With few regulations to ensure their safety, e-cigarette devices have been aggressively marketed and sold in stores throughout the United States.Image result for attorney

By |2018-12-21T14:13:52+00:00February 7th, 2018|Personal Injury, Product Liability|

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Shane Seaborn
While practicing law, Shane has been a key player in several successful state and local political campaigns, both judicial and legislative. Shane's current focus is on helping those injured in central and south Alabama. His legal expertise is personal injury, product liability, defective medical devices, and dangerous drug litigation.