WERE YOU OR A LOVED ONE DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER AFTER USING TALCUM POWDER?

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There have been billions in judgments against Johnson & Johnson for the link between baby powder and ovarian cancer. If you were diagnosed with ovarian cancer and used talcum powder now is the time to step forward.

Even though Johnson & Johnson continues to deny the link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, multiple juries have come back with verdicts in excess of a billion dollars on behalf of women who used talcum powder and were diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

If you used talcum powder in the genital area and were diagnosed with ovarian cancer, please call us at 1 (877) 561-0000 to speak with a talcum powder attorney to discuss your rights.

The matter is time sensitive. Every day of delay is another day where it may be harder to obtain records and tissue sample that can be analyzed to show the talcum-ovarian link. That’s right, if the tissue is still available microscopic pathology might reveal traces of talcum in the ovarian tissues and cancer from long term use!

No matter how complicated or dated your talcum powder ovarian cancer case is we want to hear from you and educate you on your rights to file a lawsuit for your ovarian cancer injury. There is no fee unless the attorneys win your case, and the call is free and confidential. Call at 1 (877) 561-0000 to speak with a lawyer right now.

Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Link

Jacqueline Fox passed away from ovarian cancer that was caused in part by Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder. J & J had their chance to dispute that conclusion, but a jury found Johnson & Johnson liable for negligence, conspiracy, and failure to warn women of the potential risk of using talcum powder in the genital area. The jury awarded $72 million dollars, but no amount of money can bring back Ms. Fox. The jury foreman felt J & J was hiding something, and hiding something they are. After the trial, J & J reaffirmed that they felt they did nothing wrong, but the jury felt they were covering things up and should have at least put a warning about the potential link to ovarian cancer with long term usage in the genital area.

As per a study conducted on women who used talcum powder in their genital area regularly the increased risk of ovarian cancer was as high as 33%. Nearly 2000 women with ovarian cancer were surveyed to come up with this conclusion.

A well renowned gynecologist has stated that scientists have looked at the ovarian cancer cases and significant talc particles were observed which were consistently present in number of women.

Internet rumblings dismissed the ovarian-talcum link. J & J dismissed the link and some discussion echoed that the Fox case was because the plaintiff were able to put forth their best case and the results would be different when the Defendant tried their case.

May 2016 – Johnson & Johnson Lose their Pick – Jury reaffirms Link

Johnson & Johnson lost their second talcum powder lawsuit. A jury found for Gloria Ristesund, for $55 million dollars concluded that her ovarian cancer was caused by J & J talc powder. The jury believed the company had been aware of health risks since the 1970s but failed to warn women about the talc- ovarian cancer link. J & J still doesn’t believe it besides the statistics, and two impartial juries telling them they’re wrong.

THE OVARIAN TALC CONNECTION

People who are under constant exposure to talc based products are at a risk of converting good cells into contagious bad ones, which is cancer.

As observed in the J & J cases using products like Shower to Shower baby powder for a significant amount of time in the genital area was believed by the jury to cause ovarian cancer and then death. There is no warning on the products. J & J continues to deny what two impartial juries have found – that is, their product is linked to talc ovarian cancer. The juries heard the evidence for weeks, saw the statistics and the science and found it was more likely than not that the cancer was caused by talcum powder and J & J should have warned of the risks. Still J & J keeps saying their product is safe and wishing the cancer away.

Talcum Ovarian Cancer Settlements

With over $122 million dollars in the first two verdicts, presently there is no plan to settle the case for women who also had ovarian cancer due to usage of the tac powder or baby powder. These cases need to be litigated. Will J & J step up to the plate and compensate women for their life altering injuries or will they continue to deny? While they are in denial, they are hoping the clock will run out on women’s ability to file timely claims to hold them accountable. Even though the company as of May 2016 is professing their product is safe, if women try to file a claim too late, they will argue out of the other corner of their mouths that the women should have known when they were diagnosed with cancer that Talc could have caused it. They will invoke terms like statute of limitations and argue against things like repose, but cancer does not care for legal terms, and they need to be held accountable. No matter when you or a loved one was injured, call our talc powder litigation team at 1-800-9100-LAW to discuss what can be done to hold J & J accountable. The sooner you obtain representation the better you are in preserving your rights and the samples that may be needed to prove your case. While there is no talc settlement in sight, our firm will spend our time and money fighting for your rights and trying to hold J & J liable for what two juries have now concluded was covered up.

Please call us now at 1 (877)-561-0000 for your free consultation. Our firm fights for the rights of our clients nationwide.