Persons and the family members of persons who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have a history of using talcum powder for feminine hygiene may qualify to file a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit. To learn more about your rights or whether you are eligible to file a claim, contact our attorneys for a free talcum powder cancer lawsuit review.
Despite an existing body of research indicating that talcum powder increases the risk of ovarian cancer in women, consumers have never been warned to avoid perineal dusting with talcum powder. Women who have developed ovarian cancer from talcum powder have suffered at no fault of their own. Pharmaceutical companies such as Johnson & Johnson who have benefited from the sales of talcum powder can be held accountable for the harm and damages this product has caused.
Talcum powder cancer lawsuits may recover real compensation for the medical expenses, suffering, lost income, and harm caused by talcum powder ovarian cancer. To learn about filing a claim on behalf of yourself or a loved one, contact our lawyers handling national* talcum powder cancer lawsuits.
The leading talcum powder product, Johnson's Baby Powder, is a product of the global giant Johnson & Johnson. Marketed for decades as safe for use by women for routine genital dusting, Johnson's Baby Powder and similar products are the subject of more than a thousand pending talcum powder cancer lawsuits.
Ovarian cancer experts brought the public's attention to the risk of talcum powder ovarian cancer. Dr. Daniel Cramer of Harvard University, suggests that as many as 10,000 women each year develop talcum powder ovarian cancer. Yet Johnson & Johnson has never warned consumers of the possible risk of cancer from using talcum powder.
The first talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit was won in South Dakota in 2013 when a jury determined one woman's ovarian cancer was in fact linked to her routine use of Johnson & Johnson talcum powder product including Shower to Shower and Johnson's Baby Powder. A talcum powder cancer lawsuit, for women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, can provide compensation for persons who have been harmed by talc-based products through no fault of their own.
During the course of the first talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit, a Johnson & Johnson official admitted the company had been aware of talcum powder cancer research for decades. The representative stated the risk had been deemed insubstantial, and thus the company did not add a talcum powder cancer warning to the product's label. The U.S. talcum powder market is currently estimated at $18.8 million annually, for which Johnson & Johnson has the largest market share.
If you or a loved one has diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using talcum powder for feminine hygiene, you may have grounds to file a talcum powder cancer lawsuit. Persons eligible to file talcum powder lawsuits have suffered from ovarian cancer and have a history of using talcum powder on a regular basis. If you or a loved one has suffered from talcum powder ovarian cancer you may seek compensation for:
Talcum powder cancer attorneys are accepting claims nationwide from persons who have suffered from ovarian cancer and have a history of using talcum powder. These individuals may be entitled to compensation for the damages and expenses they have encountered as a result of talcum powder ovarian cancer. The Onder Law Firm will represent all persons involved in a talcum powder lawsuit on a contingency basis, meaning there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free no-obligation consultation please fill out our short online contact form or call us at 1-800-790-5698 and one of our attorneys handling national* talcum powder cancer lawsuits will contact you to answer any of your questions.
Consumer safety and health entities have issued talcum powder cancer warnings based on the results of numerous studies. Talcum powder ovarian cancer warning statements have been issued by the Cancer Prevention Coalition, state departments of health, and national* cancer groups.
Attorneys handling national* talcum powder lawsuits for ovarian cancer are reviewing new claims at this time. These attorneys represent talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuits on a contingency basis - you'll never pay a legal fee unless they win on your behalf.
Attorneys representing clients across America in ovarian cancer lawsuits provide answers to frequently-asked talcum powder lawsuit questions. Common questions include, How much does it cost to file a talcum powder cancer lawsuit? and, Who qualifies to file a talcum powder lawsuit for ovarian cancer?