Have you or your minor child been treated or hospitalized for lung, heart or nervous system damage due to Juuling?
Despite the FDA's warnings, there is a disturbing and accelerating trend of illegal sales of Juul products to minors. Minors are especially susceptible to nicotine addiction and effects due to incomplete brain development.

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Please call 302.652.2050 to report information related to lung, heart, or nervous system damage due to Juuling, or fill out the form below to speak to an attorney.
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    Dalton & Associates can help you seek justice.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers teen vaping and juuling an epidemic of addiction. Corporate greed, and the targeted marketing and sale of dangerous nicotine and chemically-laden products, is causing severe pulmonary, neurological and cardiovascular injuries to our youth. Help us promote awareness and protect your loved ones by contacting our office today.

    Articles of Interest

    » Delaware to join multi-state investigation into Juul’s marketing practices
    » Juul bought ad space on kids’ websites, including Cartoon Network: lawsuit
    » Grosse Pointe teen with double lung transplant from vaping warning his peers
    » Toxin in Juul products can cause long-term lung damage: Harvard study
    » Juul delivers substantially more nicotine than previous generation e-cigs and cigarettes
    » Juul stopped selling fruit-flavored e-cigarettes — but now another flavor is proving as popular with teens
    » Juul knowingly sold tainted nicotine pods, former executive says
    » Former FDA chief: ‘I don’t see how’ regulators keep Juul, other e-cigarettes, on the market
    » Juul’s announcement to suspend flavors is a cynical step that will keep kids hooked
    » Top pediatrician tells congress adolescents ‘do not stand a chance’ against Juul
    » Researchers find e-cigarettes cause lung cancer in mice in first study tying vaping to cancer
    » FDA slams vaping company Juul for illegal marketing practices, threatens fines or seizure
    » Study finds e-cig flavors can damage cardiovascular cells
    » The United States Food & Drug Administration’s CTP Newsroom, think e-cigs can’t harm teens’ health? (6/24/19)
    » The American Lung Association’s publication, e-cigarettes, “vapes,” and Juuls, what teens should know
    » The American Academy of Pediatrics, section on tobacco control’s publication, Juuling: what pediatricians and families need to know » The Center For Disease Control and prevention’s statement, quick facts on the risks of e-cigarettes for kids, teens, and adults
    » Moriah Balingit, in the ‘Juul room’: e-cigarettes spawn a form of teen addiction that worries doctors, parents and schools, (7/26/19)
    » Letter from FDA