Talcum Powder Lawyer Interviews
December 12, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Ridgeland, MO: Next year and the year after, St. Louis, Missouri will be the venue for a massive showdown in the courts between Johnson & Johnson and the hundreds of women who have filed lawsuits alleging there is a direct relationship between their ovarian cancer and the use of talcum powder-based products manufactured and sold by Johnson and Johnson.Read [ The Talcum Powder Cases Heading for Massive Trials Next Year ]
August 30, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Los Angeles, CA A jury trial in California recently ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $417 million to a woman dying of ovarian cancer for failure to warn that the genital talc use could cause cancer. Eva Echeverria used J&J’s Johnson’s Baby Power on a daily basis for decades and claimed talc ultimately led to her cancer diagnosis.Read [ New Information Shown to Jury Produced Record Talc Verdict ]
January 19, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
St. Louis, MO Expect more news on the talc litigation front in 2017 – lots of it.Read [ More Talc Litigation Coming in 2017 ]
September 19, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Montgomery, AL: The Beasley Allen law firm in Montgomery, Alabama has been at the forefront of personal injury and wrongful death cases launched against Johnson & Johnson over the effects of its longstanding talc based baby power product. It’s alleged that constant exposure to the product has caused ovarian cancer in women.Read [ Talc Expert Witnesses Struck from Witness List ]
February 27, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Birmingham, AL: Veteran attorney Jere Beasley, from the Beasley Allen firm, publicly called upon Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to post on its corporate website all the evidence presented in the Jackie Fox wrongful death suit that linked J&J’s Baby Powder product to ovarian cancer.Read [ Talc Cancer Attorney Has a Message for Johnson & Johnson ]
February 25, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ More Ovarian Cancer/Baby Powder Cases Coming Forward ]
Ridgeland, MS Mississippi attorney R. Allen Smith has three more cases coming forward - three more women, who allege they developed ovarian cancer after a lifetime exposure to Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower talcum powder.