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In July 2018, Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay 22 women with ovarian cancer over $4 billion in damages. It was believed that their cancer came from decades of using Johnson & Johnson baby powder near their genital area. Even though there were studies linking its products to cancer, and its executives were aware of the health risks, Johnson & Johnson knowingly produced and sold its powder products for over 40 years.
There are numerous victims who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. If you are one of those victims, you should consult with an injury attorney to see if you qualify for compensation.
Even if you were diagnosed with cancer a few years ago, you may still be eligible. If the diagnosis was less than 10 years ago then you may still be eligible. There are other factors in determining your eligibility so it’s best to consult with an injury attorney to see if you have a good case.
There isn’t an exact length of time of use that makes you eligible for compensation. Determining the length of use of talcum powder and linking it to the cause of your cancer requires experienced professionals to look into your diagnosis, medical history and use of talcum powder. An injury attorney has access to these professionals and will utilize them when working on your case.
An attorney will provide you with a free consultation and will review the details of your case to see if you qualify for compensation. If the attorney determines that you do have a good case, then he will take your case on contingency, which means that he won't charge you anything until your case is won. Consult with one today to see if you have a good case.