Do You Want To File A Talcum Powder Lawsuit?
If you have used talcum powder or baby powder products and developed ovarian cancer you may be able to file a Talcum Powder lawsuit Current lawsuits Johnson & Johnson claim that long-term use of talc-based products caused women to develop ovarian cancer. Victims claim that they were not warned of the risks associated with these talc products. Women and their families may be able to seek compensation for ovarian cancer diagnosis with the help of one of our lawyers.
Is There A Risk of Talcum Powder Causing Ovarian Cancer?
Talcum powder lawsuits claim Talcum Powder caused ovarian cancer. When used as a feminine hygiene product, talc particles can travel through the vagina and into the ovaries and remain trapped for years. These talc particles can cause inflammation and eventually lead to the growth of ovarian cancer cells.
Studies Claim Dangers Of Talcum Powder
Although Johnson & Johnson maintains that talcum powder is safe for use, plaintiffs in ovarian cancer lawsuits offer studies that suggest an association between talc and ovarian cancer dating as far back as 1971. In 1994, Johnson & Johnson was put on notice of a link between talc and ovarian cancer. A letter was sent from the Cancer Prevention Coalition to the then-CEO of the company.
Will There Be a Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Class Action Lawsuit I Can Join ?
According to news reports, more than 1,200 women claim talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer. Currently the lawsuits are being filed at the state level.
Talcum Powder Lawsuit Settlements
A $72 million talcum powder verdict is handed down against Johnson & Johnson in favor of a woman who claimed that long-term Shower-to-Shower use for feminine hygiene caused her to develop ovarian cancer. The verdict included a $62 million award of punitive damages against the company.
Our talcum powder cancer lawyers are available to discuss your options.