Talcum powder is made from talc, a mineral composed of silicon, magnesium, and oxygen elements.
In its natural form, talc could contain asbestos. Asbestos has long been linked to cancer risk. Because talc powder absorbs moisture and prevents friction, it can help keep skin dry and rash-free.
Talcum powder is widely used in cosmetic and sanitary products. It has been sold without any restrictions or warnings for more than 40 years. Sadly, from using this product, an estimated 20 to 40% of women in the United States have increased their risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Frequent users of talcum powder products have a right to know. Talcum powder may be responsible for over 10,000 ovarian cancer diagnoses every year.
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Billions Awarded to Ovarian Cancer Patients
Juries across the U.S. have awarded over $5 Billion to talcum powder injury victims. However, there are still many more lawsuits pending, and even more, victims expected to come forward. Patients who believe that they may have developed ovarian cancer due to talcum powder use should contact our talcum powder lawyers right away.
TALCUM POWDER AND OVARIAN CANCER
One of the most reputable physicians concerning this association, Dr. Daniel Cramer, estimates that talcum powder may be responsible for over 10,000 ovarian cancer diagnoses every year. To put that in better perspective, consider the following:
- Around 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year.
- About 15,000 deaths are attributed to ovarian cancer every year.
The Science World Report states the risk of developing ovarian cancer for women using talcum powder increased by 24%. Knowing this, the legal team at Williams Hart & Boundas takes the potentially dangerous side effects of talcum powder very seriously.
Talcum Powder Products Linked to Ovarian Cancer
Johnson’s Baby Powder
Gold Bond Body Powder
Baby Magic Baby Powder
Nivea Pure Talc
Summer’s Eve Body Powder
Estee Lauder Body Powder
The manufacturers of talcum powder and talcum powder-based products, like Johnson & Johnson and Gold Bond, have known about the connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer since the 1970s. Yet they have done nothing to warn consumers of the dangers of the product. They deliberately chose not to tell consumers that the application of powder for personal hygiene. Especially application to sanitary napkins or use around the genital area could cause cancer. Many of these potentially dangerous products remain on the shelves in stores without any warning labels.
The companies that manufacture talcum powder are some of the biggest names in the pharmaceutical industry. Hence, they will fight to protect their reputation and profits at all costs. When taking on massive, globally-recognized companies like Johnson & Johnson and others. You will want a legal team that is not afraid of these corporations and their powerful insurance companies. You’ll want a team that has secured victories against these corporate giants. And has the skill and resources necessary to not only fight for you but win.
If you or someone you love was diagnosed with cancer after using a talcum powder product. You could be owed significant compensation for your sufferings. We urge you to contact one of the experienced talcum powder attorneys of Williams Hart & Boundas right away. Filing a lawsuit can bring you and your family relief in a number of ways. It could help you recover compensation for medical treatment (including diagnosis, treatment, surgeries, rehab, and subsequent care).
We are here to help you if you’ve developed ovarian cancer caused by talcum powder use. There is no risk in calling us. Our consultations are free. You won’t pay us anything until we secure money for your case. Contact our team of compassionate, knowledgeable trial attorneys today.
OUR DEDICATION TO TALCUM POWDER VICTIMS
Since 1983, Williams Hart & Boundas has been the trusted legal counsel for so many people just like you. We take pride in fighting for individuals and their families, and we’re proud of our track record of success. We’ve secured over a billion dollars for people across the country, and we’re ready to put our experience to work on your case. When you call us, you’ll find out why we’ve been the firm of choice for so many people who have been harmed by products made by pharmaceutical corporations.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Am I eligible to file a talcum powder lawsuit?
If you used talcum powder for personal hygiene regularly and developed ovarian cancer or cancer of the fallopian tubes. In that case, you could be eligible to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer. You do not have to know for sure that your cancer was caused by talcum powder. Let an experienced attorney from Williams Hart & Boundas investigate your case and help you determine if you are eligible for compensation.
Also, if someone close to you died due to terminal ovarian cancer. You could be eligible to bring a wrongful death claim against the companies responsible.
How long do I have to file a talcum powder lawsuit?
Each state has a statute of limitations that places a strict time limit on how long victims have to file an injury or wrongful death lawsuit. It is critical to consult an attorney to discuss the statute of limitations in your particular state. With that being said, it is a good idea to start your claim as soon as possible; since time is always essential with these cases. If you fail to file your lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires, the court will be barred from hearing your case.
What damages can I recover?
The money you receive can be used for wages lost from time off of work, as well as pain, suffering, and mental anguish. If you lost a loved one due to terminal ovarian cancer, you could recover damages. In such a case, a wrongful death lawsuit could secure compensation for funeral and burial expenses, loss of future income, and loss of consortium in some cases.
How much will it cost to hire Williams Hart & Boundas to represent me?
The attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas believe that everyone should have access to experienced legal representation. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether or not you can afford a nationally-recognized firm to represent your interests. That’s why we work on a contingency-fee-basis. This means that we won’t charge you for anything – not consultations, not investigations, expert medical witnesses, negotiations, or trial – until we win your case. If we don’t secure money for your talcum powder claim, you won’t owe us a single penny.