South Florida Talcum Powder Lawyers
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The personal injury attorneys at Kelley/Uustal are currently reviewing
claims on behalf of women who’ve developed ovarian cancer as a result
of using talcum powder on or near the genitals. If you think you have
a case, please
contact our firm for a FREE consultation.
Why should you partner with the team at Kelley/Uustal?
- We have won over a quarter of a billion dollars for our clients
- Our attorneys have more than 325 years of collective experience
- We accept cases on a contingency fee basis – no recovery, no fee
- We will start your case with a FREE, no-obligation consultation
Talcum Powder Has Been Linked to Ovarian Cancer
According to recent studies,
women are 33% more likely to develop ovarian cancer after using talcum powder on or near the genitals. Johnson & Johnson
– the maker of popular talc-based powders like Baby Powder and Shower-to-Shower
– has allegedly known about these risks since 1982, yet the company,
and several others, failed to warn consumers.
Talcum powder is derived from talc, a clay mineral composed of hydrated
magnesium silicate. While talc-based products are most commonly used to
treat rashes, many woman also use talcum powder for personal hygiene.
However, when talcum powder is applied to the genitals, it can greatly
increase a woman’s risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Kelley/Uustal Is Prepared to Fight for Your Rights
If you or someone you love developed ovarian cancer after using talc-based
products, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact the South
Florida personal injury lawyers at Kelley/Uustal to learn more about your
rights and legal options. We offer a free initial consultation to start
your case, so you have nothing to lose by taking the first step.
Contact our office today at (954) 715-4511 to speak with a member of our team.