People who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and mesothelioma using Johnson & Johnson products are filing a lawsuit stating that Johnson & Johnson knew about the risks of the use of powder, but failed to inform the public of these risks.
In addition, the lawsuits are presently being filed against Johnson & Johnson stated that they marketed shower-to-shower and Johnson's Baby Powder for women and children to use hygienic despite the known risk that it could lead to ovarian cancer.
If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you may get help from the national attorneys for talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuits.
More than 9,000 powder lawsuits are currently pending against J & J in courts throughout the United States on behalf of those who used Johnsons Baby Powder or Johnson Shower-to-Shower as infants or part of the daily routine of feminine hygiene and believing that it may be the causes of ovarian cancer or mesothelioma.
If your situation sounds like you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Each of talcum powder lawsuit alleges the following:
Johnson & Johnson knew about the possible negative health effects of baby powder company, but consumers never said;
They chose to market the product powder for women and children to use hygienic despite the risks.
J & J put their desire for a profit before the safety of consumers by withholding information about the potential risk of ovarian cancer associated with the powder.
J & J hide the fact that talc-containing asbestos
See if you qualify for Talc Products Litigation and the right to a potentially significant financial recovery.