Baum Hedlund Filing Individual Baby Powder Lawsuits
Our personal injury attorneys understand that many of you have suffered devastating physical, emotional and financial losses due to your cancer diagnosis. In an effort to ensure that you receive the personal attention you deserve, our firm is exclusively filing individual baby powder lawsuits. We feel that this course of action will maximize compensation for our clients and send a clear message to baby powder manufacturers, like Johnson & Johnson, that failing to inform consumers about the dangers of these products will not be tolerated.
“In conclusion, our large pooled analysis of case-control studies shows a small-to-moderate (20-30 %) increased risk of ovarian cancer with genital-powder use, most clearly pertaining to non-mutinous epithelial ovarian tumors. More work is needed to understand how genital powders may exert a carcinogenic effect, and which constituents (e.g. talc) may be involved.”
– Genital Powder Use and Risk of Ovarian Cancer: A Pooled Analysis of 8,525 Cases and 9,859 Controls, 2013
How Do I File an Ovarian Cancer Talcum Powder Lawsuit?
Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman is currently reviewing and accepting claims from women who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson baby powder and other talc products for feminine hygiene. We are also prepared to file wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of family members who have lost a wife or a mother to ovarian cancer stemming from talc powder use. To find out if you are eligible for a talcum powder lawsuit, follow these three easy steps:
Contact a Personal Injury Attorney at Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman – To learn more about filing a talcum powder lawsuit, give us a call at 800-827-0087 or fill out the case review form on this page.
A Baum Hedlund Attorney Will Review Your Case for Free – During your free consultation, our attorneys will review the circumstances that led to your diagnosis and determine if you are eligible to seek compensation by filing a talcum powder lawsuit. During this time, please feel free to ask any questions you may have about the process of filing a talcum powder lawsuit. Remember, we are here to help you better understand your rights in this matter.
Talk to Your Family and Decide If Filing a Talcum Powder Lawsuit Is the Right Decision for You and Your Family – Even after our personal injury attorneys agree to represent you in a talcum powder lawsuit, the choice of whether or not to pursue a claim is yours to make. You are under no obligation to file a claim after we review your case.
Why Baum Hedlund is the Right Law Firm to File Your Talcum Powder Lawsuit
Baum Hedlund has successfully handled over 8,000 cases, securing over $1.5 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients.* With decades of experience handling personal injury and wrongful death cases, our firm has developed a reputation for holding Fortune 500 companies accountable, improving product safety, influencing public policy and raising public awareness on the dangers of consumer products.
Talcum Powder Lawsuit Updates
Largest Talcum Powder Lawsuit Verdict to Date: $110 Million
May 5, 2017
A Missouri jury ruled against Johnson & Johnson (J&J) on Thursday, awarding more than $110 million to a Virginia woman who accused the health care product giant of failing to properly disclose the cancer risks associated with its talcum powder products. Thursday’s talcum powder lawsuit verdict is the largest to date.
In her baby powder lawsuit against J&J, which also lists J&J’s talc supplier, Imerys, as a defendant, Lois Slemp, age 62, claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using its’ baby powder products for roughly 40 years.
Talcum Powder Lawsuit Verdicts: $195 million in 8 Months
November 1, 2016
Three recent talcum powder lawsuit verdicts that have delivered a collective $195 million dollar bill to Johnson & Johnson in just the past 8 months.
All of the suits claim that Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products (commonly made from talcum powder, though a safe product using corn starch is also sold) increase the risk of ovarian cancer, a particularly deadly form of cancer, and that Johnson & Johnson has been aware of this danger for years, but failed to warn consumers.
*Past results are not a guarantee of future outcomes.