Where to Find JUUL MDL Information

You have a busy life. You want to protect your child’s legal rights after a JUUL injury, but you also need to continue working, parenting, and going about your daily activities.

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information that you need about JUUL multidistrict litigation (MDL). Below, you will find three easy ways that you can stay up to date.

Look on the JUUL MDL Court Web Page

The United States District Court Northern District of California has set up a web page to keep the public informed about the latest news and information related to JUUL injury multidistrict litigation. Here, you can stay up to date on information such as court orders, hearing transcripts, and upcoming proceedings.

Check Our JUUL Articles and FAQs Often

Hupy and Abraham regularly updates the articles and FAQs on its website. Here, we will keep you informed of essential information that could impact your child’s case, including relevant JUUL MDL news.

Talk to a JUUL Injury Lawyer

Current information about the multidistrict litigation case against JUUL is interesting and important. However, you need more information than the general content that you can find on a website.

You need to know:

  • Whether your child has a JUUL case worth pursuing
  • What will happen if you file a JUUL case on behalf of your child
  • What your child may recover if you pursue a JUUL injury case
  • How long you have to file a JUUL injury case

Our experienced injury lawyers can answer these questions for you. Then, if your child has a case against JUUL that you decide to pursue, we will make sure that you are always updated on the progress of your child’s case.

You deserve accurate and trustworthy information so that you can make the right decisions for your son or daughter. Call our personal injury lawyers today for a free, no-obligation consultation so that you can start getting the information that you need to move forward.


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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.