J&J announced in May, 2020 that Baby Powder will no longer be sold in North America.
$2.1 Billion in damage were upheld against Johnson & Johnson by an appellate court in Missouri.
Over 20,000 women affected by Talc joined the lawsuit already.
Over 20,000 women have joined lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson. An appellate court in Missouri upheld more than $2.1 billion in damages against the company, saying they knew there was asbestos in its baby powder.
Find out if you are eligible for compensation.
Our dedicated team will reach out to you and walk you through the process.
If eligible, join a lawsuit with full support from our legal partners.
We begin by reviewing your online survey. First, we will look at the circumstances of your case and evaluate the actions needed.
Our support team members will follow up with you with more detailed questions about your case (for example, your or your loved ones' experience with Talc and the medical history) and explain to you what you can expect throughout the process.
If eligible, we will send you a contingency fee agreement to get represented in the case by one of our leading legal partners. Fees are payable only if a lawsuit is successful or results in a favorable settlement in which you get compensation.
J&J have known for more than 40 years that there is a connection between the use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer.
Yet, it did not warn women that the talcum powder could cause ovarian cancer after being applied for personal hygiene, and especially after use on the genital areas.
There is no cost involved to complete the pre-qualification and eligibility processes. Moreover, there are no fees involved with signing with the legal team. The legal team is only compensated when a successful judgment or settlement is handed down in favor of the plaintiff.
Women diagnosed with ovarian cancer from 2012 and on, after frequently using talcum powder near the genital region for at least five years, may be entitled to compensation. There are more qualifying criteria that will be discussed confidentially with a team member after the online prequalification evaluation.
Women who have developed ovarian cancer after extended routine use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder can join ongoing lawsuits to pursue compensation related to their medical claims.
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A contingency fee agreement is a legal fee agreement where a client only pays an attorney if the attorney is successful in recovering compensation on the client’s behalf. Under a contingency fee agreement, an attorney works on a case for a fixed percentage of any recovery paid to the client. The contingency fee percentage can vary from state to state and by the complexity of the legal matter but is typically 33% to 40% of the compensation received by the client. Under a contingency fee agreement, the client does not pay an attorney any up-front or on-going legal fees, and the client is not responsible for any legal fees if the attorney does not obtain compensation for the client.
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