Talc Powder

New Evidence in Talc Lawsuits Huge Benefit For Plaintiffs

As an infant and child, Darlene Coker’s mother dusted her with Johnson & Johnson baby powder after a bath or diaper change. As Darlene got older, she kept up the habit, regularly using the talcum powder as part of her feminine hygiene routine. Now, at the age of 52, Darlene is fighting a losing battle… read more

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Woman Awarded $325M In Latest J&J Talc Powder Lawsuit Verdict

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay a New York woman and her husband $325 Million in compensatory and punitive damages. A Manhattan jury determined that Johnson & Johnson’s talc powder played a critical role in Donna Olson’s devastating mesothelioma diagnosis. Mesothelioma is a type of cancer traditionally associated with asbestos exposure. Studies show… read more

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California Woman Awarded Nearly $10M In Talc Powder Verdict

Patricia Schmitz was diagnosed with mesothelioma after using Johnson & Johnson’s talc baby powder for more than 60 years. She applied it along with Colgate’s Cashmere Bouquet products after showering. Now the companies will have to pay a combined $9.6 million to compensate for her devastating diagnosis. This is Johnson & Johnson’s eleventh loss in… read more

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Johnson & Johnson Talc Powder Lawsuits

Families have used Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder for decades. Years later, some loyal customers are shocked to learn that they have cancer. Studies have revealed that Johnson & Johnson’s talc powder can cause ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. Johnson & Johnson is currently defending hundreds of talc powder injury lawsuits in courts across the nation…. read more

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Johnson & Johnson Ramps Up Settlement Negotiations in Talc Lawsuits

In December 2018, it was reported that Johnson & Johnson knew that it’s popular talc powder contained asbestos. Despite this knowledge, the company continued to market the product aggressively to several demographics. The decision to put profit over consumer health has been devastating for many. Thousands of Johnson & Johnson consumers believe that their ovarian… read more

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