The Associated Press uncovered data showing that Juul made political donations to many state attorneys general, in some instances gaining access to meetings. This did not stop a 39 state investigation that was recently announced. If you or a loved one have been injured from Juul, call us today at 302-652-2050.
Dalton and Associates and Manly, Stewart and Finaldi are representing victims of the University of Michigan and Dr. Anderson.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to Juul use, you have a claim.
Juul claims to not have targeted children with their deceptive advertising, however, they ran ads on the websites for Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and Seventeen Magazine. Their aggressive tactics are exactly the same as the tobacco companies they are owned by. If you or your child have been affected by these targeted advertisement campaigns depicting Juul as safe, you may have a claim.
Pacific Lutheran University’s Department of Kinesiology welcomes to campus Sarah Klein, an attorney for Dalton and Associates, PA and sexual assault victim advocate. Klein, who was one the first known survivors of former Michigan State and USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse, is a widely respected speaker and advocate for legal and cultural change.
Yet another study has been published that proves the damaging affects of Juul. The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine contains findings from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in a study entitled, “Microbial Toxins in Nicotine Vaping Liquids.” Testing vaping liquid revealed the presence of glucan, a microbial toxin that can be found in fungal cell walls, in tobacco and menthol flavored liquids. This toxin causes inflammation in the user’s airways and can lead to chronic lung damage.
A new study from the Division of Cardiology at the University of California confirms that Juul’s claim to be “safer” than cigarettes is false. This study demonstrates that inhaling nicotine impairs the user’s vascular and endothelial functions. The user’s cardiovascular outcome is negatively affected. This may be compounded in teenagers, who have reported over-consumption of nicotine products such as Juul.