Monster Energy Drink Heart Attack and
Wrongful Death Lawsuit Evaluation
The product liability lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential energy drink lawsuits on behalf of individuals who have suffered a sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack or death after consuming a Monster Energy drink or another high-caffeine beverage.
Energy drinks like Monster Energy, Rockstar, Red Bull and others contain potentially dangerous levels of caffeine and other stimulants, such as guarana and taurine.
Side effects of Monster Energy drinks may result in serious and potentially life-threatening health problems, posing a particular risk for teen and young adults who are regularly targeted by the marketing efforts of the drink makers.
In fact, the marketing efforts and packaging actually increase the risk of serious injury by encouraging users to “tear into” and “pound down” the energy drinks, causing many children and young adults to consumer large amounts.
Research has suggested that between 30% and 50% of children and young adults consumer energy drinks, which have increased in popularity over the past ten years. Unfortunately, we have seen a corresponding increase in the number of emergency room visits each year associated caffeine overdose, often involving individuals between 12 and 25 years old.
MONSTER ENERGY LAWSUIT LAWYERS
Financial compensation may be available through a Monster Energy drink lawsuit as a result of the manufacturer’s failure to adequately warn about the severe health risks or provide information about the total caffeine content of the products.
The Monster Energy drink lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are providing free consultations and claim evaluations on behalf of individuals throughout the United States who have been hospitalized or suffered any of the following health problems after drinking an energy drink:
- Heart Attack
- Cardiac Arrest
- Cardiac Arrhythmia
- Kidney Failure
- Wrongful Death
To review a potential claim for yourself, a friend or family member, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.