Nationwide Cases – Tobacco Injuries


Practice Areas

Medical Malpractice
Tobacco Injuries
Pharmaceutical Litigation

 The firm is actively representing individual smokers and their families that were part of a class action lawsuit involving Florida smokers. Many of these smokers began smoking as teenagers in the 1940s and 50s, decades before there were any caution warnings or labels on cigarettes. The Alvarez Law Firm represents people injured by tobacco products, including flight attendants with respiratory illnesses resulting from their exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke aboard airline flights.


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