What is JUUL?

Juul – manufactured by Juul Labs – is the popular new USB-shaped smoking device that has recently captivated the e-cigarette market. Its sleek concealable shape and an array of flavors make it the favored choice for both adult and teen smokers. But contrary to Juul Labs’ claims that “Juuling” is a safe alternative to smoking cigarettes, recent studies have found that Juul and other e-cigarettes actually expose users to a number of dangerous health risks commonly associated with cigarettes. Researchers have also found links to risks not commonly associated with traditional cigarettes, such as e-cigarette users’ higher likelihood of developing bronchiolitis obliterans (more commonly referred to as “popcorn lung”).

With the continued rise in Juul’s popularity, paralleled by continued research illustrating Juul’s health risks, a Juul class action lawsuit is something Penn & Seaborn is currently investigating.

If you use Juul or any other form of e-cigarettes, we urge you to read the following information as well as conduct your own research on Juul dangers before you continue using these products.

Study Shows JUUL Nicotine Concentrations Cytotoxic

JUUL electronic cigarettes have captured the majority of the e-cigarette market, and a large fraction of their sales going to adolescents.

A recent study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information has demonstrated that there may be a strong correlation with the nicotine and some flavor concentrations.

North Carolina sues JUUL over youth vaping epidemic

About one in five U.S. school students vape. Dr. Kansagra told the AP that 17 percent of North Carolina high school student are using JUULs, or “juuling” as it is commonly called.

The state’s lawsuit alleges JUUL deliberately designed flavors, the product, and its chemical composition to hook minors, if you want further information about the legal charges, visit https://slffirm.com/

“JUUL entered the market with the highest nicotine potency of any product,” Attorney General Stein said, according to the AP. “Meanwhile JUUL understated the strength of the nicotine in each pod, downplaying its risks.”

At the same time, JUUL marketed its products to kids, teens, and young adults on Instagram, Facebook, and other social media platforms with youth-oriented sponsors and “social media influencers.”

JUUL Lawsuit Information

Penn & Seaborn is currently looking into cases of injuries related to vaping. We are currently reviewing cases involving miscarriage, fetal injury, and adolescent addiction related to the use of JUUL brand vaping devices and products. If you suffered a miscarriage, or delivered a baby suffering from birth defects after using JUUL devices, or if your teenager had become addicted to JUUL vapes, you may have a claim against the manufacturer.

Contact us today for more information regarding a potential JUUL lawsuit.