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Injured Due to Talcum Powder?

Talcum Powder Lawsuits

Mass Tort Attorney in Oceanside

Talcum powder has been linked to increased chances of developing ovarian cancer when the product was used for feminine hygiene. Johnson & Johnson (J&J), one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, has been targeted by numerous talcum powder lawsuits and mass torts for harm caused by its talc powder products. The company has been accused of advertising talc powder as safe for use as a feminine hygiene product despite knowing of potential carcinogenic properties of the substance.

If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or fallopian cancer after using talcum powder for years for feminine hygiene, you might have a valid injury claim or mass tort lawsuit. You can figure out all the key details by working with Kohn Law Office of Oceanside. Our mass tort attorney has 30+ years of legal and trial experience dedicated to upholding the rights of the wrongfully injured.

Call (760) 301-5456 to schedule a free consultation about your case today.

Dangers of Regular Talcum Powder Use

When talc powder is used regularly for feminine hygiene, it can cause a noticeably increased risk of ovarian or fallopian cancer. Talc is a naturally occurring mineral, which is refined and manufactured into talc powder. When used for feminine hygiene, as it has been advertised, trace amounts of talc mineral can begin to collect in the fallopian tubes or the ovaries.

As time goes on, the deposit will inflame and irritate the surrounding tissue, to the point of triggering cancerous growths. Due to the gradual accrual of talc mineral in microscopic amounts, the longer a woman used talc powder for this purpose, the more likely she will be at risk of ovarian cancer.

Johnson & Johnson has been slammed with numerous lawsuits — many of which have been lost by J&J in court but appealed for review — due to accusations it new the dangers of talc powder long ago. In fact, some reports seem to corroborate with decades’ old American Cancer Society (ACS) research that indicates J&J knew or should have reasonably knew talc powder use caused ovarian cancer.

For the Big Pharma company to continue to advertise talcum powder as a safe product for so many years after knowing of its dangers is an egregious form of negligence that must be met with appropriate legal action. This is where your mass tort lawsuit becomes so important, as you can help ensure such corporate negligence never hurts someone in a similar way again.

File Your Talcum Powder Lawsuit & Seek Compensation

With our Oceanside mass tort attorney working on your behalf, you can confidently seek compensation through a talcum powder claim or lawsuit.

We want to ensure you get as much compensation as possible and needed, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Lessened enjoyment of life
  • Shortened life expectancy
  • Pain and suffering

We know that major corporations like J&J will not be willing to simply hand you the compensation you deserve. To maximize your chances of success, we prepare thoroughly for litigation. It is with the same tenacity and focus that we have been able to secure incredible case results for our clients in the past, including multiple seven-figure settlements and verdicts.

Find out more about Kohn Law Office and your own rights and legal options by contacting us today.

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