Status of Talcum Powder Litigation
Cases are being filed across the country by women who have used talcum powder and later developed ovarian cancer. The first case filed against Johnson & Johnson was filed in federal court in South Dakota in 2013. The jury in that case found that Johnson & Johnson had a duty to warn and had failed to do so. Not surprisingly, more cases including some class action lawsuits have been filed against Johnson & Johnson and other talc manufacturers alleging they failed to warn consumers of the increased risk of ovarian cancer with talcum powder usage.
At the Law Offices of John Day, we are currently accepting talcum powder cases. If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and you have used talcum powder, give us a call to discuss your case for absolutely free with one of our top-rated lawyers. Call us at 615-742-4880 (Nashville office) or 615-867-9900 (Murfreesboro office) or 866.812.8787 (toll-free). We will answer your questions and advise you of your legal rights. We handle all talcum powder cases on a contingency basis so we only get paid if we win. And, we advance all case expenses so you are never out-of-pocket any money to pursue your legal rights. For more information on fees and expenses, click here. But please do not delay, the law only allows you a limited time to pursue your legal rights.