When e-cigarettes first were marketed, they seemed like a great alternative to a traditional cigarette. They had less of the damaging chemicals found in cigarettes, and no tobacco was needed. They wouldn't emit dangerous second-hand smoke, making them safer to use inside, too.
The problem is that some of these devices have actually exploded when being used, scarring, disfiguring and burning the faces of the victims. If that's happened to you, you know how suddenly your life can change. You did something you thought was safer for you and the people around you, and now you've suffered as a result. Fortunately, the manufacturers do need to take responsibility, and you can file a claim to receive compensation.