Meera Jagannathan Market Watch November 7, 2019

Juul’s move to ban fruity flavors was a public relations attempt to show responsibility.  However, Juul knows that teens actually prefer mint and menthol flavors over fruity flavors.  A hollow attempt to right their wrongs comes too late.  A new generation is now addicted to nicotine and society will suffer the consequences.

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Delaware.gov October 18, 2019

Distracted driving awareness is critical to being safe on our roadways.  The Delaware State Police has determined that the majority of fatalities from motor vehicle accidents are due to distracted driving.  If you or your family have been affected by a distracted driving motor vehicle accident, please contact us.

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Sheila Kaplan and Jan Hoffman The New York Times October 30, 2019

Juul placed millions of consumers in serious risk by knowingly shipping defective products.  At least one million contaminated nicotine pods were shipped nationwide.  Juul’s Former Vice President detailed a “culture of indifference to safety and quality-control.”  Contact us if you or your child has been affected.

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Angelica LaVito CNBC October 25, 2019

Since 2015, Juul has caused an explosion in teen smoking.  A young generation that was cigarette-free is now largely addicted to this dangerous product due to Juul’s targeting of minors through social media and other forms of advertisement.   Their product, which has never been approved by the FDA, produces a deceptively high concentration of nicotine through nicotine salts mixed with chemical flavoring and benzoic acid.  Serious pulmonary and neurological injuries and deaths have occurred nationwide.  Contact us if you or your child has been affected.

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Meredith Berkman USA Today October 18, 2019
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Berkeley Lovelace Jr. CNBC October 15, 2019
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Jessica Bursztynsky CNBC October 7, 2019
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Chao Xiong StarTribune September 27, 2019
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Angelica LaVito CNBC September 9, 2019
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Michael Nedelman CNN Health May 28, 2019
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