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Talcum Powder

Talcum Powder Injuries

Dangerous Product Attorney Serving Louisville and other areas

Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC provides diligent legal services to clients who have suffered certain ovarian cancers from long term, regular use of some talcum powder products (e.g. Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, Johnson & Johnson Shower to Shower). Talc is commonly found in a variety of consumer products, but its correlation with certain types of ovarian cancer has resulted in a number of lawsuits. Our firm is passionate about helping clients seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other economic and non-economic damages.

Call our Talc powder lawsuit attorney today at (502) 242-8877 for a free consultation.

Understanding Talc Powder & Its Risks

Talc is a mineral composed of silicon, magnesium, and oxygen. Talcum powder is often used to prevent rashes, reduce friction, and keep the user’s skin dry. However, there are inclusions and properties including asbestos and some similar to asbestos, and long term, regular use has been alleged to be linked with certain ovarian cancers, particularly among women who use talc on their genital areas as part of their daily hygiene regimen.

In recent studies, researchers examined cancerous ovarian tissue, and discovered traces of talc minerals. This is alleged to point toward a direct correlation between using talcum powder products and developing certain cancers. Because most talc products are cosmetic, the FDA does not have jurisdiction over the manufacturers.

Numerous lawsuits have been filed against talc powder companies for manufacturing and marketing such a dangerous product, and for failing to warn about its risks. Allegations include indications that companies, such as Johnson & Johnson knew of the risks for decades without warning users. If you have suffered harm from using talc products, our Louisville dangerous product attorney can fight on your behalf as you pursue justice.

We Believe in Holding Manufacturers Responsible for Talc Injuries

At Brett H. Oppenheimer, PLLC, we are dedicated to upholding the rights of injured clients against large corporations and manufacturing companies. Talcum powder may cause cancer in users, and manufacturers must be held liable. Our talc powder lawsuit lawyer can discuss your situation, build your case and, if your case qualifies, assemble the team to pursue your claim.

Contact us today to receive personal attention and informative legal assistance.

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