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Trial in Vape Explosion Lawsuit to Begin April 2019

Vape Lawsuit, Vape Lawyer Filed Complaint, Vape Trial

Trial Set in Vape Explosion Lawsuit

An April 18, 2019 trial date has been set in a vape explosion lawsuit brought by Levin Simes Abrams LLP on behalf of Plaintiff Cody Kadow who suffered serious injuries as a result of poorly designed vape battery products.

“Suddenly and without warning, Cody saw blue sparks emanating from his pant leg and heard what sounded like firecrackers.  Cody looked down and saw that his left pant leg (where the vape and batteries were kept) was on fire…

[H]is leg had turned black from the explosion. Cody was diagnosed with second and third degree burns on his left leg, from the left thigh to mid-shin. Cody was referred to the UC Irvine Burn Clinic the following day where he was admitted for the second and third degree burns from the e-cigarette battery explosion.

Cody remained in the hospital for 17 days, during which time he underwent surgical removal of the damaged, burned tissue and foreign objects (debridement and tangential excision) and placement of a skin graft.

Cody is left physically and emotionally scarred from the burns.”

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Our nationally recognized attorneys have the expertise, dedication, and resources to ensure you are properly compensated for your injuries. Levin Simes Abrams has helped thousands of injured people across the country and recovered over a billion dollars in verdicts and settlements.   We provide each of our clients with personalized attention, and a partner and attorney will always be available to answer your questions and help navigate you through this complex system.

We will evaluate your case for free and with no obligation on your part.  We make it affordable for you to pursue your case by not charging you an hourly fee.  Instead, our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not have to pay anything unless we win your case.  Contact us now to learn more about how Levin Simes Abrams can help you get compensated for your vape injuries.