As reported by the Washington Post, Johnson & Johnson is recalling over 33,000 bottles of baby powder after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found small amounts of asbestos in a bottle purchased online.
The recall follows thousands of lawsuits by plaintiffs who claim Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder was contaminated with asbestos which caused ovarian cancer after usage. “At multiple trials, J&J experts have testified asbestos hasn’t been detected in the talc in its baby powder in many tests over 40 years.”
Lieff Cabraser represents women who believe their ovarian cancer was caused by long-term use of talc products containing undisclosed lethal asbestos. If you, a friend, or a family member are a long-time (6 years or more) user of talcum powder products made by Johnson & Johnson or another talc product manufacturer, and have received a diagnosis of ovarian cancer, you have the right to seek fair compensation. Please call us today at 1 800 541-7358 or visit our Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Injuries page to contact Wendy Fleishman or Tiseme Zegeye about your talc injury case.
We will help you gather the information and file the claims needed to seek recompense for any injuries, suffering, or related harm, and we will review your claim for free, confidentially, and with no obligation on your part.
Use the form below to contact a lawyer at Lieff Cabraser.
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