SOURCE: Chain Cohn and Stiles

December 11, 2015 00:36 ET

E-Cigarette Explosion Lawyers at Chain Cohn & Stiles Announce New Website for Victims of Exploding E-Cigarettes and Vape Pens

BAKERSFIELD, CA--(Marketwired - December 11, 2015) - E-Cigarette explosion lawyers at Chain Cohn & Stiles are pleased to announce the launch of their new website explodingecigarettes.com. The new website is a resource for consumers who have suffered injuries from exploding E-Cigs or Vape Pens. Chain Cohn & Stiles is currently filing lawsuits against manufacturers, distributors and retail providers of E-Cigarettes because there have been a number of injuries lately caused by the lithium ion batteries exploding. People who have suffered burns or other injuries can find out more about filing a lawsuit by visiting the new website.

E-Cig and Vape Pen Explosion Injuries

One of the ways people sustain injuries from E-Cigarettes and Vape Pens is when they explode. These explosions can cause severe burns as well as great bodily injury. In several cases the E-Cigarette or Vape Pen exploded while in a person's pocket. In some situations the victims were operating motor vehicles at the time of the explosion which put the individual and the general public at greater risk. "One of the victims we are representing suffered second degree burns, was in the hospital for 11 days and needed 2 skin graft operations to begin recovering," says Matthew C. Clark, Senior Partner at Chain Cohn & Stiles who is also one of their E-Cigarette explosion lawyers.

Another victim of an exploding E-Cigarette being represented by Chain | Cohn | Stiles was actually placing the device into his mouth to begin vaping when the E-Cigarette exploded causing injuries to his mouth, tongue and left index finger. He spent 7 days in the hospital. "Anybody who is using E-Cigarettes, Vape Pens or other Vaping devices may be exposed to the potential dangers of being injured by an exploding battery and there are no warnings to consumers about the risks," says Vape Pen explosion lawsuit attorney Matthew C. Clark of Chain Cohn & Stiles.

The E-Cigarette industry is completely unregulated at this time. There are no regulations for the liquid or, "Juice," that is used, there is no regulation on the battery or charging system and there are no regulations on the devices themselves which could be the reason these items are exploding according to E-Cigarette Explosion attorney Matt Clark. "The government usually regulates devices that are being used on our bodies. In fact they are usually highly regulated to make sure that the product is safe for consumers. Most of these E-Cigarettes and the batteries and charging systems are being produced in China and there are no warning labels educating consumers about the risks."

People who have suffered burns or other injuries because of E-Cigs and are considering hiring an experienced E-Cigarette explosion lawyer to file a lawsuit on their behalf are encouraged to visit the new site to learn more. Chain Cohn & Stiles is currently offering no cost consultations to victims so they can explain the legal rights of the injured. They are currently filing lawsuits on the behalf of victims. Call 800-322-4529 now to speak with an experienced attorney.

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