Press Release: Vaping, E-Cigarettes, and Teen Addiction

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Press Release: Vaping, E-Cigarettes, and Teen Addiction

Press Conference on Vaping, E-Cigarettes, and Teen Addiction

Vaping products can result in crippling addiction and dependency, serious injury, and even death

The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth will hold a press conference on the topic of vaping, electronic cigarettes, youth addiction, and the harm to society next Tuesday, November 12 at 1:00 pm.

Vaping and e-cig products have created alarming addiction problems resulting in a predisposition to addiction of all types as well as severe health issues, including lung injuries and even death.  Electronic cigarette companies have used novel marketing techniques to attract the attention of young people, directly leading to youth abuse of e-cigarettes and subsequent addiction and health problems.  The CDC has just released a report on the mysterious vaping illness that has sickened thousands.  Vitamin E acetate, an additive to certain vaping cartridges, was found in the lungs of 29 people who have died from the vaping-related lung illness.

Our law firm is seeking to help young victims and their families pursue monetary damages from e-cig makers for their negligence.  We will represent our client’s best interests and fight for their rights.

We invite all of our friends in the media to attend our press conference.  If you have any questions, please email Miranda An or call 626-282-6868.

Speaker: Thomas Johnston (Trial Attorney and Partner at Johnston & Hutchinson LLP, Member of the Scott Warmuth Stop Vaping Task Force)

Location: Law Offices of Scott Warmuth City of Industry Office

Address: 17700 Castleton St #168, City of Industry, 91748

Time: Tuesday, November 12 at 1:00 pm

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