Were You Harmed From Using Talc Powder?
Some prominent talc powder manufacturers have neglected to monitor the purity of the ingredients used in their products. This leaves consumers to develop health issues they didn’t realize could result from their purchases. If you have been harmed by talc powder usage, it is important that you find an effective lawyer who can fight for your rights.
At Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, we are dedicated to handling this unique type of personal injury claim. We have handled numerous cases regarding asbestos, a mineral that causes illnesses – including terminal cancer – and that can contaminate talc-based products. Because we are here to help you navigate the aftermath of coming down with such a tragic diagnosis, we are committed to tailoring our approach in a way that is sensitive to your individual needs. Based in Cleveland, we represent concerned talc consumers throughout Ohio as well as all over the country.
You May Be Entitled To Compensation
Millions of Americans rely on talc powder for personal hygiene. It can be helpful to know the manufacturing process behind this product. Before talc minerals are purified to make talcum powder, some contain asbestos, fibers that have been known to cause serious illnesses such as ovarian cancer.
While even a small amount of asbestos has harmful effects on the human body, cancer typically results from long-term exposure. And it can take decades for cancer to develop. This means that your diagnosis may have been the result of using talc powder in the past.
As a consumer, you have rights. You should not have to suffer the consequences of an asbestos-related disease on your own. Large-scale talc powder manufacturers like Johnson & Johnson are being held responsible for billions of dollars suffered by asbestos-contaminated talc users. If you suspect your ovarian cancer may be linked to past use of talcum powder, you may be entitled to compensation.
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While money does not make up for unexpectedly contracting ovarian cancer, receiving financial compensation for your loss can help you afford past and future medical expenses and other costs. Please call our office at 800-398-1795 to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, or contact us online to get started.