Energy Drink Lawsuits
Salisbury Personal Injury Attorney
Recent news stories and studies have emerged that show that consuming energy
drinks regularly could lead to serious health complications and illnesses.
If you became violently ill or suffered another injury after drinking
an energy drink, even just once, you should
contact William R. Hall, P.A. Our Salisbury personal injury lawyer has been reviewing
energy drink lawsuits and similar cases around the country and has the
legal and trial experience – more than 20 years’ worth –
to construct a persuasive case on your behalf.
Attorney Hall’s accomplishments and accolades include:
Dial 410.205.1684 to discuss your case with our firm.
Undisclosed Dangers of Energy Drinks
Ever since energy drinks gained popularity years ago, they have always
been touted as safe, effective methods of gaining a boost of energy in
the morning or the afternoon. Some brands even encouraged users to replace
sleep with an energy drink or to have multiple beverages a day. While
bragging and clever advertising was abound, warning labels were and are
Energy drinks are heavily-laden with caffeine, sometimes much more than
in a cup of coffee; the natural supplements, such as taurine and ginseng
are always not understood on a pharmaceutical level, so the extent of
their safety is questionable. In the end, there have been multiple reports,
especially in recent years, of serious illnesses occurring due to frequent
consumption of energy drinks. The majority of incidents involve college
and university students under the age of 29 who have taken up an energy
drink regiment to keep them awake throughout their rigorous days.
Injuries and illnesses related to heavy energy drink consumption includes:
- Irregular heart palpitations
- Cardiac arrest
- Fainting spells
- Extreme nausea
All of these symptoms are synonymous with those caused by caffeine overdose.
It is therefore believed that energy drinks contain an unsafe amount of
caffeine for how they are advertised.
Create a Lawsuit or Join a Mass Tort
product liability cases, a conclusion can be reached through an individual civil case if the circumstances
seem unique. If the symptoms and illness that harmed you is similar to
that of other energy drink consumers, you may wish to file or join a mass
tort, which compiles several lawsuits together to simplify litigation.
Talk to our Salisbury personal injury attorney today to determine which
option is best for your case.
To get a free consultation, call 410.205.1684 today.