E-Cigarettes

The companies that produce vaping and e-cigarette products must ensure their devices perform as intended and pose no unreasonable risks through normal use. Many cases of exploding e-cigarette batteries and atomizers have led to product liability claims against the responsible manufacturers. Victims have experienced severe burns, explosion injuries, and even lost eyesight from defective vaping products. More recently questions surrounding lung illnesses as a result of vaping have surfaced.

Mystery Pulmonary Disease Outbreak Linked to Vaping

BREAKING UPDATE: On the afternoon of September 11, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar announced that the FDA is finalizing plans to ban all non-tobacco flavored e-cigarettes from the …

How Dangerous Is the JUUL?

JUUL is a type of electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) that has boomed in popularity since its introduction to the market in 2016. JUUL is a type of vaporizer that boasts a sleek design, simple-to-use …

How Vaping Can Cause Popcorn Lung

Vaping, or using a vaporizer such as an electronic cigarette to inhale aerosol, has boomed in popularity in the last decade. Teenagers are especially fond of vaping. The Food and Drug …

What Are the Safest E-Cigarettes? The Debate Continues

When e-cigarettes hit the market, many people assumed they were a safe alternative to traditional smoking. Though they are better than tobacco cigarettes, there is still debate about which kind of …

John Uustal appears in CBS Miami: Burned by an E-Cig

CBS Miami has posted a new video of this exclusive story. While many people recognize the danger of these unregulated devices, there are still some who are saying that Spahlinger is …

John Uustal interviewed in CBS Miami exclusive: Dangers of E-Cigs, Don’t Get Burned Again

Evan Spahlinger looks much better now than he did four months ago when his e-cigarette exploded like a pipe bomb in his face, causing him to inhale flame and battery acid …

John Uustal featured in the Miami Herald: E-cigarette exploded in Florida man’s mouth, lawsuit contends

The Fort Lauderdale trial lawyers at Kelley/Uustal are now accepting e-cigarette injury cases. Call the firm today to speak with a legal professional about your case.

John Uustal interviewed for Daily Business Review: Lawsuit Claims E-cigarette Smoker Inhaled Flames

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident with a defective e-cigarette, bring your case to a Fort Lauderdale trial lawyer at Kelley/Uustal.

Englewood Man Loses Teeth & Had Jaw Wired Shut After E-Cigarette Explodes in Face

If you have been harmed by an e-cigarette, contact Kelley/Uustal to speak with a Fort Lauderdale injury attorney.