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The First Case Linking Ovarian Cancer to Talc Will Remain in Philadelphia for Trial

Johnson & Johnson and its associates are facing lawsuits over allegations that talcum powder products increase the risk of ovarian cancer. Now, the first of those lawsuits will remain in Pennsylvania and will head to court in Philadelphia thanks to the efforts of Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C. However, the defendants in this suit have fought hard to keep this case out of Philadelphia and have tried to…
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What Have the Documents Revealed About Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder?

New information has been released that highlights the relationship between talc, heavy metals, asbestos and cancer. This news continues to circulate as more ovarian cancer victims use the legal system in order to question Johnson & Johnson about their talcum powder products and hold Johnson & Johnson accountable. These documents have provided more information on how extensive the amount of asbestos and heavy metals is in the talc used in…
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Does Talcum Powder Contain Asbestos?

Johnson & Johnson is facing thousands of lawsuits over its Shower to Shower and Baby Powder talcum powder products. Lawsuits have been filed across the country by women who claim they have developed ovarian cancer from using Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder. If used on the genital area, the powder, which contains talc as well as other harmful substances can increase the rise of ovarian cancer. Talc, a group of…
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Johnson & Johnson Held Liable for $4.69 Billion Verdict for Their Cancer-Causing Powder

Johnson & Johnson, the company found responsible for their talcum powder cancer-causing products, was held liable for $550 million in compensatory damages plus $4.14 billion in punitive damages by a St. Louis jury. In the latest trial over the link between talcum powder and cancer, the St. Louis Circuit Court jury handed down a verdict for 22 women against Johnson & Johnson and subsidiary Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. The…
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Five Common Questions About Talcum Powder and Cancer

Johnson & Johnson is facing thousands of lawsuits over its Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products. Both talcum powder products are linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer and other health problems. Talc is a naturally-occurring mineral that is composed of silicon, oxygen, magnesium and hydrogen. Johnson & Johnson’s products are commonly used to prevent chafing and other issues that cause physical discomfort. How does talcum powder cause…
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Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck Talc Case Covered by Press

The Legal Intelligencer recently published an article that discusses a talcum powder lawsuit being handled by our law firm. Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against Johnson & Johnson because its popular talcum powders, “Johnson’s Baby Powder” and “Shower to Shower” could be linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer. The case being handled by our attorneys, Nancy Winkler and Todd Schoenhaus, has recently been moved back to the…
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Is It Possible to Get Cancer from Using Talcum Powder?

For some time now, Johnson & Johnson has had to answer questions about whether its talcum powder causes ovarian cancer. With lawsuits on the rise, including cases where J&J was found liable and ordered to pay $55 million and $72 million in damages, it’s becoming harder and harder to deny that talcum powder causes cancer. According to the suits, women are claiming that after applying Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder…
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