E-cigarette Explosion Lawsuit Canada

E-cigarette Explosion Lawsuit Canada

On October 11, 2018, the Government of Canada reported  on  injuries stemming from vaping products, including e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes vaporize a liquid into a vapor or steam which is then inhaled. A concerning number of burn incidents have been documented due to the batteries in e-cigarettes exploding.

According to a 2015 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, more than 9 million people in the United States use e-cigarettes. Reportedly, there has been over 200 fires and explosions and more than 130 injuries related to e-cigarettes in the U.S. since 2009. Injuries generally involve severe burns to the hands, legs, face, chest and lungs.

Though the exact cause of those incidents is still unclear, growing evidence traces most cases back to the battery. Typically, the devices are powered by a portable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

In Canada we have seen a growing number of incidents as well. In response, Health Canada provides tips on its website to prevent injuries from vaping devices (the responsibility for regulating e-cigarettes falls under the purview of provincial governments). However some argue that consumers are not receiving proper warnings as to the potential for explosions and their impact.

If you or your loved one has suffered an injury due to an e-cigarette explosion, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries.

Contact Us

Howie Sacks and Henry LLP and Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman LLP have partnered to pursue claims on behalf of individuals who have suffered injuries and damages due to malfunctioning and exploding e-cigarettes.

One of Canada’s top personal injury law firms, Howie Sacks and Henry LLP handles injury cases with the utmost compassion and professionalism.

Call us today at 1-877-771-7006 for a free consultation and to see if you’re eligible to join our E-cigarette explosion lawsuit in Canada.

Your E-cigarette Explosion Lawyers

Renée Vinett, Lead Partner

Renée is a Partner with Howie, Sacks & Henry. In addition to being a personal injury lawyer, Renée has been a registered nurse for over 30 years with experience in disability management in both the U.S. and Canada. Renée’s practice focuses exclusively on personal injury law and includes the areas of: Mass Torts (Essure Permanent Birth Control), Product Liability Injuries, Motor Vehicle Accidents; Accident Benefits Claims; Slip and Fall Claims; and, Long-Term and Short-Term Disability Claims.

Valérie Lord, Associate

A bilingual (English and French) graduate of the University of Ottawa’s Law School, Valérie built a career in personal injury law after her own traumatic experience and legal battle (From Air France Flight 358 Crash Victim to Personal Injury Advocate: An Interview With HSH Lawyer Valerie Lord). Valérie provides clients with legal advocacy for tort claims, conducts hearings of personal injury cases, and represents clients involved in mass tort litigation, including Hernia Mesh and Essure.  

Paul Miller, Mass Tort Department Lead

A dedicated advocate for people who have suffered personal injuries, Paul’s 20 years of experience involving cases of defective products and medical devices, motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and long-term disability benefits denials make him a formidable figure in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. 

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Since 2011, our peers have consistently voted for us as one of Canada’s top personal injury firms in Canadian Lawyer magazine’s annual rankings of the top personal injury boutiques in Canada.

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