Powder lawsuits claiming manufacturers know their powder is contaminated by asbestos and can cause mesothelioma and ovarian cancer, but they did nothing to warn consumers about the risks of their products.
Thousands of people have talcum powder lawsuits filed for Ovarian Cancer, against Johnson & Johnson and other powder manufacturers.
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Who is Eligible to Submit Claims talcum powder?
People who use cosmetics or commercial powder products and have developed ovarian cancer or mesothelioma may be eligible to file a lawsuit.
In the case of ovarian cancer lawsuits, women should have a scar from a powder that contains the product around the genital area daily or almost every day before developing ovarian cancer.
It is important to note that women who use baby powder made from corn flour are not eligible for this lawsuit because cornstarch-based powder does not contain talc.
Talk Product Implications in Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit
- Johnson's Baby Powder For bathing
- Gold Bond No Mess Powder Spray
- Gold Bond Body Powder
- Gold Bond Body Powder Extra Strength
People who use products containing talc and developed mesothelioma are also entitled to file a lawsuit. These products such as baby powder, or industries, such as clay, chalk, paper, crayons, pottery, joint compounds and adhesives.
Only the right attorney can evaluate your claim. If you have developed ovarian cancer or mesothelioma after using the product powder containing, contact an attorney immediately to protect your legal rights.