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Here’s A List of Law Firms Representing Vape Pen Lawsuits

Suffering symptoms from the vape pen epidemic? Legal action may be an option for you as more vape pen lawsuits begin.

The vape pen epidemic has been responsible for at least 29 deaths and has affected over 1,300 consumers. While there’s no single cause as of yet (according to the CDC and FDA), it’s clear that legal action is inevitable.

If you’ve been affected and would like to seek legal counsel, here are a few law firms that have either advertised across vape pen lawsuit keywords or are representing current vape pen suits.

Vape Pen Lawsuits Law Firms

Alabama

Goldberg Attorneys
505 20th Street North, Ste. 325
Birmingham, AL 35203
Telephone: (800) 600-6014

Methvin, Terrell, Yancey, Stephens & Miller, P.C.
The Highland Building
2201 Arlington Avenue
South Birmingham, Alabama 35205
Telephone: 800-210-7476

Arizona

The Talcott Law Firm
1212 East Osborn Road
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Telephone: (602) 595-5222

California

Girard Sharp
601 California St.
Suite 1400
San Francisco, CA 94108
Telephone: 866-981-4800

Robinson Calcagnie, Inc.
19 Corporate Plaza
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Telephone: (888) 222-7777

Easton & Easton
650 Town Center Drive, SUITE 1850
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Telephone: 714-361-9912

Levins Simes Abrams
1700 Montgomery Street, Suite 250,
San Francisco CA 94111
Telephone: 888-426-4156

Connecticut

The Meneo Law Group
234 Church Street, Ste. 1001
New Haven, CT 06510
Telephone: 888-276-3030

Florida

Schlesinger Law Offices
1212 Southeast Third Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Telephone: (954) 467-8800

Levin Papantonio
316 South Baylen Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
Telephone: (800) 277-1193

Georgia

Blasingame, Burch, Garrard & Ashley
440 College Avenue Ste 320
Athens, GA 30601
Telephone: (706) 717-6065

The Brown Firm
3333 Piedmont Rd NE Suite #1410
Atlanta, GA 30305
Telephone: (912) 228-4739

Illinois

Burger Law
15 N 1st St
Belleville, IL 62220
Telephone: (618) 272-2222

Salvi Schostok & Pritchard
161 N. Clark Street, Suite 4700
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Telephone: 877-568-9745

Massachusetts

Sokolove Law
1330 Boylston Street, Suite 400
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Telephone: (800) 584-7713

Minnesota

Johnson Becker
444 Cedar St., Suite 1800
St. Paul, MN 55101
Telephone: (800) 279-6386

Missouri

Schultz Myers
999 Executive Parkway Dr, Ste 205
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Telephone: 314-444-4444

Langdon & Emison
1828 Swift, Suite 303
Kansas City, MO 64116
Telephone: 800-397-4910

New Jersey

Stark and Stark
993 Lenox Dr, Building 2
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Telephone: 800-535-3425

Sadaka Associates
155 N Dean St
Englewood, NJ 07631
Telephone: 800-810-3457

New York

Weitz & Luxenberg
700 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
Telephone: (212) 558-5500

Seeger Weiss
77 Water Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10005
Telephone: (855) 917-0721

North Carolina

Greg Jones Law
1213 Culbreth Drive
Wilmington NC 28405

Ohio

The Lyon Firm
2754 Erie Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45208
Telephone: 513-381-2333

Pennsylvania

Anapol Weiss
One Logan Square 130 N. 18th St. Ste. 1600
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Telephone: (215) 735-1130

Tripani Law Firm
120 N 3rd St
Easton, PA 18042
Telephone: (610) 351 – 2330

Washington

Herrmann Law Group
505 5th Ave S Ste 330
Seattle WA 98104
Telephone: 206-625-9104

Washington D.C.

Schmidt and Clark
1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
Telephone: (866) 588-0600

Texas

Thomas J. Henry
12 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1100
Houston, Texas 77046
Telephone: (713) 581-8623

Hutchison & Stoy
505 Pecan ST #101
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Telephone: (817) 820-0100

Payne Mitchell
Dallas, Texas
Telephone: (214) 494-8248

The Schmidt Firm
900 Jackson Street, Suite 260
Dallas, Texas 75202
Telephone: (866) 920-0753

Carlson Law Firm
100 E. Central Texas Expy
Killeen, TX 76541
Telephone: (254) 526-5688

Nationwide Attorneys

Nationwide Injury Attorneys
Telephone: (866) 757-6949

Trulaw.com
Telephone: 888-478-6679

We have already seen lawsuits from vape pen disease sufferers. And many governors have passed state vape pen bans. And the biggest maker of e-cigarettes – Juul – has been the target of a criminal probe. We know there will be more vape pen lawsuits to come. The scary part of this whole epidemic is that we seem to be in the early stages of it. And the CDC has yet to pinpoint exactly what is causing these deaths and symptoms. So if you are a vape pen user, always buy your vape pens from the safest dispensaries.

What Do We Know About Vape Pen Safety?

What’s even scarier is that we are still very early in widespread vape pen usage. If you think about it, vape pens weren’t in existence five years ago. They are still very new and there hasn’t been much certified scientific research on the effects of vape pens.

Initially, vape pens and e-cigarettes were marketed as a safer alternatives to smoking traditional cigarettes. Consumers were only thought to be inhaling water vapor instead of cancer-causing smoke. And for the most part, that should be true. But the vaping industry is still very new. And when it comes to THC-based vape pens, the lack of regulation in the industry allows black market and illicit vape pens to thrive. And these black market pens aren’t tested, so no one really knows what’s in them. Here’s how to buy the safest vape pens.

What Does the Future Hold?

Time will tell when it comes to learning about vape pen safety. The more testing, experience and historical data we collect, the more we’ll be able to tell if this vape pen epidemic is due to some bad players, or if there is a real problem with vaping. The one thing we do know is that smoking is bad for you. That is clear. In a perfect world, vape pens and e-cigarettes are proven to be viable safer alternatives. Until then, we can only be smart about how we use these products.

What Can You Do?

If you are a vape pen or e-cigarette user there are a few things you can do to keep yourself as safe as possible.

1. Only purchase vape pens from respected and trusted sources. Never purchase vape pens from a sketchy or back alley seller.

2. Ask your vape pen and e-cigarette provider for proof of testing results. Building a relationship with your provider will help build trust and you will be assured that you are not getting a black market product.

3. Keep an eye on how you feel. You know your body better than anyone. If you start to feel one of the symptoms of the new vape pen illness, go see a doctor immediately.

4. Consider quitting. We don’t know yet how safe vape pens are yet. So if you want to be as safe as possible, try quitting vape pens and e-cigarettes completely. It will be tough, but you will thank yourself in the long run.



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The editors of VapeLungDiseases.com have decades of experience in the THC and cannabis industry. We have been concerned about the rise of illnesses caused by vape pens and are getting the information out as best we can.

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