Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., is a national leader in popcorn lung litigation. Flavor-related lung injury, sometimes called popcorn lung, or bronchiolitis obliterans, results from exposure to Diacetyl. Flavor-Related lung injury can be life threatening and require individuals to undergo a lung transplant. We have successfully litigated more flavoring related – lung injury cases to verdict than any other firm in the country. Since January 2001, our lawyers have been pursuing flavor-related lung injury litigation and have accumulated much knowledge and experience.
A law firm with over $104 million in verdicts for flavoring – related lung victims
If you or your loved one is suffering from flavoring related – lung injury, do not trust your life and the futures of your loved ones to the inexperienced. We have helped hundreds of people who have been exposed to Diacetyl and have the symptoms of flavor-related lung injury. Our experience includes over 104 million dollars in jury verdicts, and hundreds of settlement offers acceptable to our clients. Contact a lawyer with the knowledge and experience to help. Call Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., toll free at (877)436-3692 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Do not hesitate to contact an attorney about any type of litigation if you have been exposed to a toxic substance such as Diacetyl
If you believe that you or a loved one is suffering a debilitating illness because of exposure to a toxic substance such as Diacetyl, contact Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., right away to discuss your options and your rights. Whether our recommendations include undertaking an individual claim or perhaps being part of a group of claimants, you can be certain that our lawyers will use their experience and knowledge to provide you with effective representation dedicated to obtaining maximum compensation for your illness.
Flavoring-Related lung injury is technically named bronchiolitis obliterans. Originally called Popcorn Lung Disease because it was first recognized mostly among factory workers in microwave popcorn plants, the illness is thought to be caused by the inhaled vapors of the butter flavoring (Diacetyl) used in microwave popcorn. Food flavors are not only used in microwave popcorn. We have represented people exposed to diacetyl who worked with cooking oil, candy, potato chips, food spices, frozen dough and even pet food.
People with flavoring-related lung disease are often misdiagnosed
The symptoms of flavoring-related lung disease often mimic those of other respiratory illnesses, such as asthma or emphysema. People suffering this illness are often misdiagnosed. That is why we recommend that people with suspect flavoring-related lung disease see a physician with experience diagnosing this illness. Our law firm works with a number of doctors who have developed a specialty in this rare disease. Contact our law firm to learn more about flavoring-related lung disease if you have been exposed to Diacetyl or other types of artificial flavoring in food products. During your free initial consultation, we will determine whether you should be referred to one of our specialist physicians to diagnose your case.
Contact an attorney who knows where the flavoring-related lung disease hotspots are
Flavoring-related lung disease occurs most frequently in regions where the manufacture of food products is a big industry. There are many such hotspots throughout the United States. Because our lawyers have represented people from many states, we have probably represented someone from your city or county already. We are familiar with the principal manufacturers of microwave popcorn and many food products, and flavor ingredients. We know about plants, the owners and managers, and the litigation history of many hotspots. Don’t leave your future and that of your family to chance in matters related to flavoring-related lung disease or other illnesses arising from chemical exposure. Contact an attorney with significant experience. Call Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., today toll free at (877)436-3692.