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Florida E-Cigarettes Lawyers 888-611-6110

Electronic Cigarettes, or e-cigs, are thriving as an alternative to traditional cigarettes. E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that turns nicotine-based liquid (aka e-juice) into a vapor, which is then inhaled by the user. Advocates of e-cigarettes claim that e-cigs are significantly healthier than regular cigarette smoking and aid in the quitting process. However opponents of e-cigarettes claim that since we are unaware of the side effects of e-cigarettes and their potential risks, we should be extremely cautious. That warning may be too late, considering the e-cigarette industry is booming at an increasingly high rate. However, e-cigarettes can cause serious, even life-threatening …

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Georgia Lawyer: Exploding E-cigs Do you have a Case? 888-611-6110

Attorney Mark Link is investigating these horrible incidents across Florida, Georgia & Alabama. http://www.linksmithpc.com/e-cigarettes/ E-Cigarettes have been marketed as the ‘safer’ alternative to regular cigarettes- eliminating the stench of smoke among other benefits. What isn’t being marketed are the hidden dangers lurking behind this ‘safer’ cigarette and the very serious health threat they pose. News stories are beginning to surface about the dangerous side-effects of E-Cigarettes, and for good reason. Recent reports include: 23 year-old severely injured when ecigarette explodes: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/health-fitness/news/a45978/james-lauria-e-cig-injury/ Man seriously injured when ecigarette explodes in his face http://www.cbsnews.com/news/man-seriously-injured-by-e-cigarette-explosion/  

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Lumber Liquidators Investigation and Lawsuits May 2015

Our offices are investigating these potential claims. Mark(at)markzamora.com:   Lumber Liquidators is a 22-year-old North American specialty hardwood floor retailer whose low prices have increased their profits and customer base. The mega retailer has 360 stores in 46 states across the nation, with over 100 million square of flooring installed in homes annually. Nearly two years ago, a test commissioned by Seeking Alpha, a crowd-funded research firm, stated that flooring samples contained over three times the level of acceptable formaldehyde emissions. The Department of Justice launched an investigation into illegal wood sourcing processes that had begun to plague the retailer.   An …

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Graco Car Seat Punishment Not as Big as It Seems

Chris Welsh, Esq. www.welsh-law.com Graco Children’s Products is in hot water with U.S. Transportation for its responsibility (or lack thereof) in the largest ever recall of child seats. Graco sold 4 million car seats that were eventually recalled for trapping children (in one case, a grown man had to use channel pliers to get his two year old daughter out). Graco has been fined by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) for dragging its feet to notify parents and safety authorities about the defective buckle. The NHTSA fined the children’s product manufacturer a potential $10 million for its negligence: …

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Coalition of Attorneys General to Investigate Herbal Supplement Industry

Brian Nettles, Esq. There is no question that awareness of health and natural foods are at the forefront of concerns in America these days. What was once a niche market, organic and health-minded consumption is now mainstream. The market for organic foods reportedly jumped from $28.4 billion in 2012, to an estimated $35 billion in 2014. To put that into perspective, even McDonald’s plans to get rid of antibiotic-treated chicken–and add kale to it’s menu. Needless to say, consumer appetite for organically produced, health-boosting items is growing big time. There is a lot of money in the business boom–and a …

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