Nagel Rice is Investigating Juul and Other E-Cigarette Companies

By Greg Kohn

Nagel Rice is investigating allegations Juul and other e-cigarette makers are aggressively targeting kids and don’t require appropriate age checks when selling their products. In addition, the companies target children with child-oriented flavors like a gummy bear or unicorn frappé. Juul and other e-cigarette companies are designing the product, manipulating the nicotine, and marketing to minors in order to addict young people to nicotine.

If your children have used Juul or other e-cigarettes, contact Nagel Rice to discuss your options.

About the Author
Greg Kohn is a partner at Nagel Rice and specializes in complex civil litigation cases, including professional malpractice, personal injury, class actions, wrongful death, products liability, and commercial litigation.  He has extensive experience representing clients in both state and federal court. Greg has tried many jury trials to verdict and has recovered over $50 million in settlements and verdicts in all types of personal injury matters including automobile accidents, wrongful death cases, slip and falls, and other catastrophic injury cases. Greg also handles medical malpractice cases, involving misdiagnoses, wrongful birth, and delayed cancer diagnosis. If you have questions regarding this article, you can contact Greg here.