Have you heard of the connection between talcum powder and the development of ovarian cancer? Genital talc use has been strongly linked to ovarian cancer — leading to a 44 percent higher risk for ovarian cancer. If you have ovarian cancer, early detection is your best and most important defense.
Additionally, it is also important to know that many ovarian cancer victims have a legal right to substantial monetary compensation.
Baby powder manufacturer Johnson & Johnson has lost jury verdicts in two class action lawsuits and was ordered to pay $127 million total to ovarian cancer patients and their survivors.
If you or someone you know thinks you might have developed ovarian cancer from the use of talcum powder, give us a call at (504) 500-5000 to set up a free consultation.
At the Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., our personal injury attorneys believe that successfully obtaining compensation is virtually certain, because modern precise medical tests can precisely determine whether or not the ovarian cancer was caused or precipitated by the use of talcum powder.
This medical proof appears to be irrefutable. Note that the Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., clients would not be asked to pay out of pocket for any of the expenses for this medical testing, or for any other legal expenses or legal fees, unless and until their case results in a successful outcome producing compensation to the client (out of which fees, costs will be deducted).
Research shows that as many as one-third of ovarian cancer victims got cancer after using talcum powder.
Ovarian cancer is often not diagnosed until it is too late to beat. It kills tens of thousands of women every year in the United States alone. In 2015, ovarian cancer was responsible for 14,180 lives lost in the US.
Early detection of ovarian cancer greatly improves your odds of beating it. 45.6 percent of diagnosed patients survive for at least five years.
If you or someone you know thinks you might have developed ovarian cancer from the use of talcum powder, give us a call at (504) 500-5000 or contact us online to set up a free consultation.
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