E-Cigarette Mass Tort Lawsuit

E-Cigarette Mass Tort Lawsuit

Rice Harbut Elliott LLP is investigating mass tort actions relating to adverse events arising from E-cigarettes, containing either nicotine or cannabis products.

Concerns that have been reported with respect to e-cigarettes include:

  • Respiratory illness/lung collapse;
  • Stroke and other cardiovascular issues;
  • Addiction;
  • Poisoning;
  • Burns caused by exploding batteries.

If you or your child have been affected by e-cigarettes, we would like to hear from you.

Who qualifies for this Lawsuit?

Persons who have purchased or used e-cigarettes and have developed any adverse effect, as well as parents of minors that have been affected.

Objectives of Lawsuit?

Mass tort – pooled individual cases for compensation for injury or refund of purchase price.

Do You Qualify for the E-Cigarette Class Action?

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If you or your child were adversely affected by any e-cigarette products, you may be eligible to bring a mass tort lawsuit. Please fill out the form below to get in touch with us. Joining our contact list creates no financial obligation and we will keep all the information that you provide to us confidential.

 

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Which of these e-cigarettes/THC products have you smoked? (select all that apply)*

Which of these injuries occurred after smoking e-cigarettes/THC? (select all that apply)*