North Carolina E-Cigarette Injury Attorneys
E-Cigarette Fire & Explosion Lawsuits
If you or someone you love has been injured by an e-cigarette, you are not alone. These devices have been linked to fires and explosions that have caused severe burns, blinding, and disfigurement. The rechargeable lithium ion batteries that power e-cigarettes are over 20 times more powerful than standard AA batteries and can rupture, causing sudden explosions that can shoot the end of the battery out like a bullet. They can even occur when an e-cigarette is charging or left unattended.
Crumley Roberts represents consumers across North Carolina who have suffered injury while using e-cigarettes. We realize just how serious such injuries can be and strive to provide compassionate support and skilled counsel during these difficult times. Our promise is to care like family, listen to learn, and do what’s right. When you come to our firm, we put your needs first as we pursue financial compensation to help you begin rebuilding your life.
E-Cigarette Battery Explosion Injuries
Millions of Americans use e-cigarettes today, and this industry is widely unregulated. E-cigarettes can present a real danger to users, and at Crumley Roberts we believe in standing up for those who cannot stand up for themselves. We believe that e-cigarette manufacturers and distributors should be held accountable for the injuries their products cause. Our e-cigarette injury attorneys are here to help with cases involving:
- Severe burns
- Finger amputation
These and other catastrophic injuries can occur when an e-cigarette explodes without warning. Users and those nearby may be at risk of suffering serious and sometimes permanent harm. A product liability lawsuit can offer an injured user the opportunity to recover financial compensation for medical care, ongoing medical expenses, lost earnings, emotional trauma, and possibly more.
To learn more about e-cigarette lawsuits and your rights, please give us a call at (866) 691-0607. We are here day and night to answer your questions.