What you don’t know could hurt you

Energy drink companies have been taking advantage of FDA loopholes for far too long

Convinced That Energy Drinks Are Safe?

Energy drink companies are doing everything in their power to convince us their products are safe. In reality, the overconsumption of energy drinks has been linked to serious side effects like kidney failure, heart attacks, strokes, and even death.

Our law firm has filed lawsuits against Monster, and we’re investigating claims against other energy drink companies on the grounds of severe injuriesinadequate labeling, and improper testing.

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Find out what you’re risking every time you take a sip.

The Dangers of Energy Drinks

The U.S. energy drink market is thriving, bringing in billions of dollars each year. As consumers down energy drinks, from a slight 2 oz. to a whopping 24 oz, the energy market continues to grow. But this spike in sales and consumption is accompanied by other disturbing leaps: emergency room visits related to energy drinks, and deaths.

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A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), found that consumption of just one highly caffeinated energy drink could cause an unsafe increase in blood pressure, and an increase in stress hormone levels just 30 minutes after consuming it. So, why are they still so popular?

Energy drink companies have taken a page out of Big Tobacco’s advertising book and are selling products that endanger lives by selling the idea that drinking them makes us “cool”. They use athletes as spokespeople to target our egos and sell us a lifestyle.

But, there’s nothing cool about the number of adverse effect claims reported to the FDA. Nothing cool about the amount of emergency visits related to energy drinks every year. And especially nothing cool about marketing these products to children and teens- the segment of the population most vulnerable to the health risks posed by these substances.

5 Disturbing Facts About Energy Drinks

In 2014 Red Bull agreed to pay to consumers to make up for its false advertising claims (“Red Bull gives you wings!”). But because that $13 million was evenly distributed among anyone who’d ever had a can, each consumer received just $10.We think you are entitled to more than that. These companies are infamous for their false advertising, but our lawsuit is injury-based.

It’s time to expose the energy drink industry and hold manufacturers accountable for the health risks their products pose. Call us at (855) 300-4459 or fill out our form to find out if you could be entitled to compensation from energy drink manufacturers.

Our mission is to keep consumers informed about the dangers hiding inside those brightly colored cans. Check out our blog to stay up to date on all energy drink developments.