Category: Product Liability

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  • January
    17 2019

    Johnson & Johnson’s Problematic Fight against Allegations of Asbestos in its Talcum Baby Powder

    More than 11,700 plaintiffs have filed talcum baby powder lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson (J&J), alleging the company knowingly sold asbestos-containing baby powder without informing the public and federal regulators. These lawsuits allege that J&J intentionally hid information about the dangers of its baby powder, contributing to the development of ovarian cancer for some baby […]

  • January
    15 2019

    Asbestos in Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder

    The baby powder made by Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has always been marketed as safe, gentle, and effective. Recent findings, however, suggest that J&J’s baby powder has been known to contain toxic asbestos fibers. These findings have also indicated that: J&J was fully aware of the presence of asbestos in its baby talcum powder. J&J […]

  • January
    08 2019

    What You Need to Know about Baby Powder & Ovarian Cancer

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been under increasing scrutiny in recent years over the risks associated with its baby powder, which is also referred to as talcum (talc) powder. In fact, mounting lawsuits across the nation have been pivotal to uncovering more evidence that J&J: Knew about the presence of toxic asbestos in its baby […]

  • January
    05 2019

    Horrific Multi-Vehicle Truck Wreck in Gainesville, FL Kills 7, Sparks Homicide Investigation

    At around 3:40 p.m. on Thursday, January 3rd, a multi-vehicle crash on Gainesville, Florida’s I-75 killed five children and two adults while leaving a fiery explosion in its wake. According to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), the accident started when a semi-truck heading northbound suddenly veered into an adjacent lane of traffic at around Mile […]

  • December
    31 2018

    How Do I Know If I Have a Talcum Powder Case?

    Women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and who have a history of talcum (talc) powder use may be entitled to file a talcum powder lawsuit. These lawsuits can be the key to: Holding the makers of talc powder liable for failing to warn the public about the serious risks associated with their product […]