Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder
Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with ovarian cancer?
For years, talc has been commonly used in baby powder and cosmetic products. Some of these talc products were contaminated with asbestos and then sold without warning labels. Medical researchers have linked the use of contaminated talcum powder to ovarian cancer in women.
Johnson & Johnson allegedly knew asbestos was detected in its talc products as early as the 1970’s, but failed to warn customers of the risks. Johnson & Johnson’s’s failure to disclose this critical health risk information has led to the filing of more than 16,800 lawsuits.
On May 19th, 2020, Johnson & Johnson announced that it is stopping sales of its talc-based baby powder in the U.S. and Canada and retailers are pulling these products from their shelves. This recent move is a big win for women who have been deceived by Johnson & Johnson.
Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using talc baby or body powder? Our experienced and compassionate attorneys will provide a free and confidential evaluation of your case. Contact us immediately because there are time limits to bring a claim.
Who is eligible to file?
- Women using Johnson & Johnson baby powder for a minimum of 4 years.
- Those diagnosed with ovarian cancer beginning in 2006 or later
What’s the cost to file a lawsuit?
Segal Law is only paid by winning your case. They will receive a percentage of the settlement.
There are no upfront costs.
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