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Recent Talcum Powder Cancer Verdicts

Talcum Powder Cancer Lawyer

Help from a Talcum Powder Cancer Lawyer

Juries have punished Johnson & Johnson over its handling of its baby powder, including one in St. Louis last year that ordered the world’s largest maker of healthcare products to pay about $4.7 billion to more than 20 women who blamed their cancers on the product. That verdict however is being appealed.

The largest single verdict came in the first California trial in August 2017. The jury awarded a woman $417 million. She had used Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower for more than 40 years. She died from ovarian cancer a month after winning the trial.

A New Jersey state jury on Thursday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $750 million in punitive damages to four people who said their use of the company’s talcum powders caused cancer, the latest legal loss for the health-care giant.

Johnson & Johnson was ordered by a St. Louis jury to pay more than $110 million to a Virginia woman who blamed her ovarian cancer on the company’s talcum products. Imerys Talc America, which provided the talc to J&J, was ordered by the jury to pay about $100,000.

A Missouri jury recently ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $72 million to the family of a woman whose death by ovarian cancer was linked to her daily use of talcum-based Johnson & Johnson’ Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products.

Another St. Louis Missouri jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a woman $70 million dollars ($65 million in punitive damages, $2.5 million for pain and suffering, another $2.5 million from co-defendant Imerys Talc America for supplying the talc used in the product). She had used Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder for feminine hygiene for nearly (50) years, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, had undergone chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery to try and control its spread. The Plaintiff had no knowledge of the potential cancer risks of using talcum powder.

About 16,800 plaintiffs have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson in U.S. state and federal courts alleging the company’s talcum powders caused ovarian cancer and that Johnson & Johnson failed to properly warn consumers of this risk of using Johnson & Johnson’ Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products.

Although the defendants have won some cases, juries have returned billions of dollars in verdicts for plaintiffs, and lawsuits continue to pour in. Most settlements so far have been with individual plaintiffs for undisclosed amounts.

Hiring a Talcum Powder Cancer Lawyer

If you or a loved one, aged 18 to 64 used Shower to Shower in the genital area for an extended period of time and has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer which required surgery (after 2009), contact Evan M. Ostfeld, Esq. at The Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A. (866) I  SUE YOU (478-3968), (866) BAD RXRX, (223-7979), (954) 227-7529,  (954) 998-0075 Text to learn about your rights. You may be entitled to significant compensation, but please note that there are strict time deadlines for you to file a Shower to Shower lawsuit. So don’t delay, act today!

Let Evan M. Ostfeld, Esq. who has over (27) years of experience and his legal team gather all of relevant medical records to determine if there is a viable claim. We’ll even outlay all of the applicable medical records and court costs. Our clients are assured that if there is no recovery, there are no attorney’s fees or lawyer expenses due. We proudly serve residents from all of Florida’s 67 Counties. Should your case involve the laws outside of the Sunshine State, don’t worry, be happy! Evan works with other attorneys throughout the U.S. in order to assist with the in Shower to Shower litigation so you will not have to secure another lawyer on your own. You have nothing to lose so contact us at (866) I SUE YOU (478-3968), (866) BAD RXRX, (223-7979), (954) 227-7529, (954) 998-0075 Text or evan@attorney4life.com.

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