Talc, Ovarian Cancer And Your Legal Rights
Talc products including Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower can cause ovarian cancer. Talc lawyers have filed talc cases against the manufacturers of Baby Powder and Shower to Shower on behalf of women with ovarian cancer, seeking monetary recoveries to help compensate them for the injuries suffered as a result of using these talc products.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have used Baby Powder, Shower to Shower or any other talc product, you may have a legal claim and be entitled to financial compensation. Please contact one of our talc lawyers today to determine whether you may be able to file a talc lawsuit.
What Is Talc?
Talc is a mineral that is used in a variety of hygiene products, including Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. Many consumers purchase talc powders to use for hygiene, moisture absorption and odor control purposes. Numerous studies, including a study conducted by the National Cancer Institute, have linked the use of talc powder to the development of ovarian cancer. In fact, studies have shown that talc particles have been found in ovarian cancer tumors.
Legal Claims And Baby Powder And Shower To Shower Lawsuits
Despite the fact that studies have shown a link between talc and ovarian cancer for decades, manufacturers of talc powders such as Baby Powder and Shower to Shower fail to warn consumers of the risk of developing ovarian cancer with the use of such products. As a result, talc lawsuits are being filed against manufacturers alleging a failure to adequately warn consumers and placing a dangerous product on the market.
If you have ovarian cancer and have used talc, you may be able to file a talc lawsuit, and it is very important that you immediately seek legal assistance from an experienced trial attorney (“talc lawyer”) regarding your possible talc claim.
Women have a right to know of the risks associated with using a powder that contains talc. Please contact Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O’Neil, LLC for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights if you have developed ovarian cancer and used Baby Powder, Shower to Shower or any other powder that contain talc in the past. There are important time limitations that govern your ability to bring a claim and recover money damages. Our attorneys are experienced trial attorneys can offer a Request case evaluation to determine if you may have a Baby Powder or Shower to Shower case and to discuss your rights. We take these types of cases on a contingency basis, which means our clients only pay us if we recover money damages for them. Find out today if we recommend you file a Baby Powder or Shower to Shower lawsuit, and learn more about your legal rights and options.
Speak To Our Experienced Talc Lawyers
Call our Geneva, Illinois, office today and ask to speak to one of our talc lawyers: partner Kathleen Chavez or attorney Kevin Noll. You can also contact us through this website or call 630-232-7450 and we will have an attorney get back to you promptly. Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O’Neil, LLC, provides:
- Initial confidential consultations that are free and with no further obligation. Our attorneys can speak with you in our law offices, by phone or via Skype. You can schedule an appointment during the day, in the evening or on a weekend.
- Experienced trial lawyers who take these cases on a contingent fee basis. They only get paid if they recover money damages for you.
There are important time limitations that govern the ability to file a talc case and it is important to get a legal consultation immediately.