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Talcum Powder Asbestos Lawsuit: Are You Eligible?

June 3, 2020   |  
Millions of women in the United States have suffered from ovarian cancer or mesothelioma. In some of these cases, asbestos-contaminated Johnson & Johnson baby powder may be responsible, and victims may be eligible for a talcum powder asbestos lawsuit. If you believe that contaminated Johnson & Johnson baby powder may...
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Talcum Powder Lawsuit Settlement Amounts: What Can Plaintiffs Expect?

June 3, 2020   |  
"What kind of talcum powder lawsuit settlement amounts can we expect?" It’s a question we hear often from clients considering a talcum powder lawsuit. Those who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or mesothelioma after using Johnson & Johnson talc-based baby powder may qualify for a potential talcum powder lawsuit...
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Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer?

May 29, 2020   |  
Since investigations first revealed that Johnson & Johnson knew about potential asbestos contamination in its talcum powder, many have wondered, “Does baby powder cause cancer?” To be clear, Johnson & Johnson baby powder may cause cancer according to the scientific evidence available. The links between potentially asbestos-contaminated baby powder and...
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Baby Powder and Mesothelioma: Talcum Powder Risk

May 29, 2020   |  
Does baby powder cause mesothelioma cancer? Potential victim, doctors, and baby powder cancer lawyers are considering baby powder-related mesothelioma risks following alarming reports that Johnson & Johnson baby powder is contaminated with asbestos. Our attorneys are actively investigating baby powder mesothelioma claims and we would love to help you if...
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Baby Powder & Ovarian Cancer: Talcum Powder Risk

May 29, 2020   |  
Does baby powder cause ovarian cancer? Potential victims and baby powder cancer lawyers are asking that question as Johnson & Johnson faces thousands of lawsuits alleging that its talc-based baby powder causes ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. The potential connection between ovarian cancer and baby powder is well documented — as...
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Johnson & Johnson to Stop Selling Baby Powder in North America

May 19, 2020   |  
BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson has announced that it will stop selling its popular Baby Powder product in North America. The announcement was made as nearly 20,000 baby powder lawsuits have been filed alleging that possible asbestos contamination in the company's talc-based baby powder caused ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. ***PLEASE NOTE:...
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Judge “Obliterates” Johnson & Johnson Defense in Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuits

April 28, 2020   |  
A federal judge in New Jersey has ruled against Johnson & Johnson in ongoing talcum powder / baby powder lawsuits in a major victory for baby powder cancer claims. The decision, according to co-lead plaintiffs counsel Leigh O’Dell, “obliterates” the baby powder manufacturer’s claims that these talcum powder lawsuits are...
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AFFF Foam Lawsuit: Do You Have a Claim?

April 20, 2020   |  
AFFF or “firefighting foam” is a highly effective fire suppressant used by firefighters on military bases and airports. However, there is a serious risk of AFFF foam cancer due to exposure. Firefighters, airport workers, and even nearby property owners may be at especially high risk of developing AFFF-related cancer and...
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JUUL Class Action Lawsuit: Do You Qualify?

April 8, 2020   |  
Do you qualify for a JUUL class action lawsuit*? Juul Labs, which manufacturers the nation's most popular e-cigarette, JUUL, has been accused of deliberately targeting minors, engaging in misleading advertising, and trying to appeal to youth with "fun" flavors like mango, cream and cucumber. Vaping with e-cigarettes can result in...
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AFFF Foam Cancer

April 6, 2020   |  
Chemical-based firefighting foam is a highly effective fire suppressant that has been sold for many years, primarily for extinguishing jet fuel and petroleum fires. However, firefighting foam may cause certain AFFF foam cancers in firefighters who were regularly exposed to the foam – most notably kidney, testicular and pancreatic cancers....
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