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California Talc Injury Lawyer

If you’re from the Los Angeles area and have both used talcum-based products and been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you should speak with a California talc injury lawyer as soon as possible.

Our law firm has been closely monitoring the developments with the recent Johnson & Johnson lawsuits and the new medical research linking the use of talc to cancer. We can help you hold those responsible accountable for their negligence.

Speak with a California Talc Injury Lawyer About Your Ovarian Cancer

Women searching for answers after an ovarian cancer diagnosis may find them in the recent Johnson & Johnson verdicts.

Two separate juries were recently swayed by evidence indicating that the company’s baby powder and other talcum-based products increase the risk for developing ovarian cancer.

Preliminary findings of the ongoing research demonstrate that when talc is placed on female genitalia, it can travel through the vagina and fallopian tubes and into the ovaries where it increases the likelihood of cancerous cells forming.

Talc is commonly found in the below products:

  • Baby powder
  • Shower gel
  • Sanitary pads
  • Incontinence pads

If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have used any of these talcum-based products, you should call our office to speak with a California ovarian cancer lawyer.

Johnson & Johnson Verdicts

In February of 2016 a jury awarded the family of a deceased woman $72 million in damages. She had died from ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson baby powder on a daily basis. Seeking restoration, her family was the first to receive financial compensation through a talc lawsuit.

In May of 2016, Johnson & Johnson had to pay $55 million to a woman suffering from ovarian cancer who had to have a hysterectomy in addition to other surgeries. The case progressed for three weeks and featured evidence that linked the use of talcum powder to an increased risk for developing ovarian cancer.

Additionally, an earlier verdict from a 2013 case against Johnson & Johnson did not result in financial compensation for the plaintiff, but the jury did find the company to have been negligent.

With three verdicts against Johnson & Johnson, the legal precedent and scientific evidence are both now in your favor.

Schedule a Consultation with a California Talc Injury Lawyer

As California ovarian cancer lawyers, we encourage you to visit our Los Angeles office to discuss your legal options. You should not have to suffer financially after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer when someone else is to blame.

We can help you hold the responsible party accountable by filing a lawsuit on your behalf. For help, call Kohan and Bablove, LLP at 1-844-404-2400 or contact our office online to schedule an appointment.