Separate testing conducted by Japanese scientists showed that some e-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens. Read more
Given the relatively new nature of e-cigarettes, many rules and regulations around the devices have only recently been finalized. Read more
The e-cigarette industry has had little to no oversight by government agencies until this past year. Read more
Our lawyers are continuing to investigate new e-cigarette explosion claims and are filing on behalf of individuals injured by those devices. Read more
The Senator was prompted to act after a constituent became one of the latest victims of exploding e-cigarettes. Read more
The new rule also bans sales of e-cigarettes to anyone younger than 18. Read more
Despite the recent increase in popularity, e-cigarettes are largely unregulated and lack adequate safety standards. Read more
Today millions of people use e-cigarettes and sales of these devices are estimated to be $1.5 billion in the United States alone. Read more
Not only has the popularity of e-cigarettes increased in recent years, so have concerns over health and fire risks with the devices. Read more
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