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Skilled Legal Action for Injuries Caused by Spice
Spice is the rather vague and misleading name given to any number of synthetic or natural herbs that mimic the effect of cannabinoids. Also known as synthetic marijuana, Spice has long been sold in head shops, at gas stations, and over the internet.
Spice is not regulated by any government agency, though the DEA has classified five commonly used ingredients as Schedule 1 Controlled Substances, making them illegal to buy or sell. Clever manufacturers have adapted, however, by using different chemical configurations, allowing products to continue to remain on shelves and accessible to even young consumers.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury from a synthetic cannabinoid, please contact Van Dorn, Curtiss, Rousseau & Ross, PLLC at (603) 556-4148 today to speak with our New Hampshire personal injury attorneys.
Who Is Liable for Spice Injuries?
Spice is labeled “Not for Human Consumption” by its manufacturers, though they certainly know that is how this product is used. Sadly, Spice is often targeted toward young adults and children and marketed to appeal to those who may not fully understand its dangers.
As with any dangerous product, those who manufacture and sell Spice may be liable for any damages it causes. However, without a dedicated and determined personal injury attorney on your side, you will most likely never see any of the compensation you are due.
The product liability attorneys at Van Dorn, Curtiss, Rousseau & Ross, PLLC have decades of combined experience holding negligent manufacturers and retailers accountable for their irresponsibility. We would be happy to meet with you free of charge to discuss your case and your rights, and to help you determine if you have cause to file suit.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced New Hampshire product liability attorneys, please contact us online or by phone at (866) 933-6115 today. We serve all of Vermont and New Hampshire, including Manchester, Nashua, and Concord.