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Inserra | Kelley | Sewell
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Inserra Kelley Sewell has brought to your attention the issues surrounding their Talcum Powder Product and its correlation to Ovarian Cancer, and the issues continue to be litigated for large sums of money.  

Johnson & Johnson has stopped selling talc-based baby powder.  A product that it may be most identified with for more than 100 years.  Tuesday, the company halted sales in the United States and Canada following numerous lawsuits from consumers who alleged that the product caused cancer.

In July of 2018, a Missouri jury awarded $4.69 billion to a group of 22 women who alleged the company’s talc-based baby powder contained asbestos causing them to develop ovarian cancer.

Judge Freda L Wolfson Daubert’s ruling in 2019 allowed multi-district litigation and permitted over 16,000 women’s lawsuit to proceed against Johnson & Johnson.

If you or a loved one has or had Ovarian Cancer and used J&J Talcum Powder for a prolonged period of time, please call the experts at Inserra Kelley Sewell to see whether you might be entitled to compensation.  

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