Monster Energy Drink Accused of Teen Death
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In 2011, a fourteen-year old girl drank two large cans of Monster Energy Drink within 24 hours. Soon after, she went into cardiac arrest and then died. Attorney Kevin Goldberg argues that if those drinks had a warning on the...more
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