More exploding devices reinforce the need to improve lithium-ion battery safety

February 2, 2017 - Only one month into the New Year and already the U.S. has witnessed recalls of products powered by exploding lithium-ion batteries. Such mounting evidence only reinforces the need to... Read More

Samsung: Lithium-ion batteries caused Galaxy Note 7 terrifying failures

January 26, 2017 - Samsung announced this week that its internal investigation revealed lithium-ion batteries, in fact, caused overheating, fires and explosions of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and their... Read More

Amid growing concerns, FDA heightens regulatory efforts, U.S. airlines called to act on e-cigarettes’ safety risks

January 12, 2017 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hold a two-day public workshop in April to discuss the potential safety risks of e-cigarettes, according to The Hill. The announcement comes... Read More

FDA confirms electronic smoking device explosions continue to rise

December 22, 2016 - Recent data released by the FDA confirms what Beasley Allen attorneys have been reporting for months – explosions related to electronic smoking devices are growing more frequent. Read More

E-cigs, lithium-ion batteries: explosions continue causing pain

December 16, 2016 - E-cigs and their lithium-ion batteries continue exploding and leaving consumers with serious injuries and excruciating pain. Our firm is hearing increasing reports about lithium-ion... Read More

Emerging technology promises safer lithium-ion batteries

November 10, 2016 - Increasing demands on lithium-ion batteries and their unstable and often volatile reaction under pressure are leading some to question whether the power source is outdated. Read More

Lithium-ion Batteries: Once Popular Power Source Goes Up in Smoke

November 3, 2016 - In the past few months, there have been additional high-profile incidents of spontaneously combusting devices. The culprit behind these fiery and exploding devices are the lithium-ion... Read More

Exploding e-cigarettes result in serious burn injuries

July 19, 2016 - There is another health risk associated with the vaping devices – serious burn injuries that result from e-cigarettes exploding while in users’ hands or mouths. Read More

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