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A Faulty Vape Battery Poses Significant Risks To Users

Many people have reported problems with their e-cigarette batteries exploding or catching on fire while recharging. While there are built-in safety measures to guard against these accidents, they can still occur. Typically, these explosions are linked to a product defect. If your battery exploded while recharging and injured you or a loved one, you may have a product liability claim against the manufacturer.

Mueller Law Firm is a leading firm for e-cigarette or vape pen battery fires and explosions. We have assisted many clients across Michigan and throughout the Midwest from our office in Novi. We are ready to assist you with your case. Call 248-489-WOLF (9653) for a free consultation to find out what we can do for you.

Causes Of Explosions And Fires In Recharging Batteries

Though batteries can also explode when they are not recharging, recharging batteries often explode for different reasons. Common causes include:

  • Internal electrical component short circuits
  • Poorly insulated charges
  • Mechanical issues after the battery falls or suffers damage in an accident
  • Incorrect installation

In most of these cases, the explosion occurs when the battery is too hot and can’t cool down. The scientific term for this is thermal runaway. The overheating turns the battery into a fiery projectile that can cause painful injuries.

Proving that the product was defective requires technical knowledge and experience with product liability laws. Attorney Wolfgang Mueller has an engineering degree and over 25 years of product liability law experience. He can guide you through the necessary steps for bringing a successful case against the company that created your battery and will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

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