Lexington Talc Powder Lawsuit Attorney
James Vaught Law Office, PLLC Can Help You Seek Justice
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer, such as ovarian cancer,
due to the use of a Johnson & Johnson product containing talc (also
known as talcum powder, Shower to Shower, or baby powder)? This product
has now been linked to ovarian cancer in women consumers and Johnson &
Johnson has recently been held liable for millions of dollars in damages
for those affected.
James Vaught Law Office, PLLC is now investigating possible dangerous product claims resulting from
talc-containing products manufactured by Johnson & Johnson, such as:
- Baby Powder
- Shower to Shower
personal injury attorney is dedicated to pursuing justice for women who have used Baby
Powder or Shower to Shower and have been diagnosed with:
- Ovarian cancer
- Epithelial cancer
- Endometrial cancer
Attorney James Vaught is ready to assess your claim and, if necessary,
start taking aggressive steps to hold the responsible parties accountable.
Call James Vaught Law Office, PLLC at (859) 903-4165 today or fill out our
online contact form to learn more about your legal options during this troubling time.
Does Shower to Shower Contain Talc?
Talc was a primary ingredient of Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. According
to internal Johnson & Johnson documents, the company knew about the
dangers talc powder posed to women consumers for years.
In one medical consultant's memo to the company, the consultant claimed
anyone that downplayed the correlation between hygienic talc and ovarian
cancer is "denying the obvious in the face of all evidence to the
contrary." That memo was submitted in 1997.
Johnson & Johnson’s Liability
Regardless of the memo, Johnson & Johnson continued to manufacture
baby powder and Shower to Shower, both of which contain talc. There are
no warnings about the risk of ovarian cancer due to talc on the baby powder
products or on the Shower to Shower products.
Also, medical research by a Harvard epidemiologist conducted in the early
1980s concluded that the use of talc can lead to ovarian cancer. The results
of the research were provided to Johnson & Johnson, but no consumer
warnings regarding ovarian cancer and talc appear on the products, Baby
Powder or Shower to Shower.
Two large jury verdicts have been returned in Missouri against Johnson
& Johnson related to the use of Johnson & Johnson products that
contain talc and cancer:
In May 2016, a jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay one affected woman
$55 million for her injuries, including cancer. That
recovery includes both damages and punitive damages.
- In February 2016, a jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay the family
of a deceased woman who died of ovarian cancer $72 million. The victim
had used both baby powder and other Johnson & Johnson products that
contain Talc for many years.
What Can Be Done Now?
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using
Baby Powder and/or Shower to Shower, then
James Vaught Law Office, PLLC is ready to hear from you.
Attorney Vaught is happy to speak with you to discuss your potential case and to
pursue justice for you if you or a loved one has been injured by products containing talc.
Contact the firm to speak a Lexington talc lawsuit lawyer today.