JUUL has represented itself as a safer, healthier alternative to cigarettes and as a tool to help cigarette-users quit smoking. The company has also pursued young users with fun, colourful advertising campaigns and a robust (now-deleted) social media presence.
Unfortunately, JUUL is anything but safe. Regular JUUL use has been linked to serious health issues including strokes, heart attacks, and acute respiratory conditions. It is also highly addictive: a single JUUL pod can contain as much nicotine as a pack of cigarettes, and some smokers who have switched to JUUL find it harder to quit than traditional smoking.
JUUL’s business model has been successful. The company was valued at $38 billion last year and its success has come at the expense of smokers. If you’ve JUULed, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Our lawsuit is now open to clients who have become addicted to JUUL, who have used JUUL in an effort to quit smoking cigarettes, or who have experienced health issues as a result of using JUUL. Fill out the submission form for your right to pursue your claim against JUUL.
Open to Clients in Canada and the United States
If you use JUUL, or have used JUUL in the past, you may be entitled to compensation. This lawsuit is open to residents of the United States and Canada. Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers will leverage its 50 years of experience in personal injury law to ensure Canadian clients have access to fair and reasonable compensation for their injuries.
American clients will be represented by Domnick Cunningham & Whalen, a boutique litigation firm located in the Palm Beach Gardens area of Florida.