Talcum Powder Poses Serious Risk
Talcum powder is a common household product. You’ve probably used it plenty of times in your life. Even if you don’t use talc in its powder form, you have likely used one of the many deodorants and medical powders that also contain this ingredient. Talc can help prevent skin rash and keep you dry.
Unfortunately, however, it is becoming clear that talc can also cause something else. When talcum powder is near the genitals, it can sometimes enter into the body, causing dangerous inflammation. This may even cause the formation of malignant tumors.
If you developed ovarian cancer after using talcum powder or products with talc, you may be entitled to compensation from the company
Several recent lawsuits filed against manufacturers like Johnson & Johnson alleges that those companies were aware of the possibly harmful side effects of talcum powder and continued to sell its products anyway. A jury in Los Angeles recently awarded $417 million in damages to a victim of ovarian cancer who had used talcum powder.
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At OPLN, we have a proven record of winning multimillion-dollar settlements for our clients. We will listen to your story and help you figure out the best possible option for you, possibly including the negotiation of a large financial settlement. Companies who are reckless about the safety of their clients and consumers must be held accountable for their actions. Contact the attorneys of O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble today to discuss talcum powder lawsuits and potential negotiations. It is important to contact an attorney early to ensure the best possible outcome. Contact us online or call at (908) 928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817.