Monster Energy Drink Sued for Death of 19-Year Old

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Questions and Answers | 0 comments

Monster Energy Drink killed a teenager, alleges his father’s lawsuit.

Dustin Hood drank three and one-half 24-ounce cans of the buzz drink within a 24-hour period.  According to the lawsuit, after he drank the last can, he played basketball and collapsed on the concrete court.  He was rushed to the hospital where he died a short time later.

According to the lawsuit, the nineteen year old died of cardiac arrhythmia … triggered by a caffeine overload.  The suit claims that three and one-half cans of Monster has the equivalent caffeine of 14, 12 ounce cans of Coke.

The suit notes others have suffered cardiac arrest following the “acute consumption” of Monster Energy Drinks.

If you need further info about this or any other legal matter, call Attorney Linda Fessler at 213-446-6766 for a free consultation.

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