In St. Petersburg, a 38-year-old named Tallmadge Wakeman D’Elia died in a fire caused by a vape pen. Unfortunately, every year, products go awry and cause serious injuries when defects are found. Many people are injured or killed every year in these incidents and bring cases against companies who did not accurately test products or account for these defects.
D’Elia died in a fire in an upstairs bedroom of a home when the fire started. 45% of his body was covered in burns and it was ruled an ‘accident.’ New reports have stated that these accidents do not happen commonly. They are very rare, isolated incidents but, when they do occur, they can be extremely deadly.
Has a loved one been killed in an accident due to a defective product and you have questions? We want to help in your case because we care about the outcome, hoping that we can achieve compensation you deserve. Call us as soon as possible to find out how we can assist with your case at Rubenstein Law. Call us today at 1-800-FL-LEGAL.
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