Feel Free Wellness Tonic Litigation
We are currently pursuing a nationwide class action in federal court, as well as a number of individual personal injury and wrongful death cases across the country arising from the purchase and consumption of a 2-ounce wellness shot called Feel Free.
Unveiling Alleged Deception
The litigation claims that the Defendants misled consumers through their advertising strategies for Feel Free, presenting it as a safe, non-alcoholic kava beverage, while allegedly hiding its high kratom concentration – a substance labeled as an opioid by the FDA. The litigation also raises concerns about the targeted marketing towards vulnerable demographics such as sobriety-challenged individuals and college students without adequate disclosures about the potential risks and addictive nature of the drink.
Real Stories, Real Consequences
We’ve been contacted by hundreds of individuals with stories about how Feel Free has had disastrous impacts on their lives. These personal accounts, telling tales of addiction, health complications, personal strife, emotional distress, and even death, underscore the potential harm caused by the alleged deceptive marketing practices. Each story fuels our commitment to justice and highlights the human cost of such alleged corporate misconduct. In addition to the class action, which seeks monetary restitution for the purchase price of the product and systemic change, we are also representing folks in individual actions to recover for the lasting impacts this drink has had on their lives.
We Are Here to Listen
If Feel Free has affected you or someone you know, we urge you to contact us. Your experience is important and could potentially contribute to our ongoing investigation and pursuit of justice. You can fill out an intake form at the link below, and an attorney will contact you within 3 business days to follow up.
Please note that contacting us does not automatically enroll you for legal representation, but it does provide an opportunity for you to contribute to the ongoing investigation.
Let’s join forces to uphold consumer rights and strive towards justice.
Note: The allegations discussed are based on the filed lawsuits and are yet to be proven in court.