Talc-based baby powder was sold by Johnson & Johnson in the U.S. for decades. This product was in millions of homes and was a ubiquitous household product, but it came under fire when it was discovered that even asbestos-free talc may increase the risk of cancer, especially in women.
In 2016, multiple lawsuits resulted in significant awards for families affected by Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder. And in May 2020, the company pulled its baby powder from store shelves in the U.S., although it said this move was due to decreased sales and had nothing to do with potential safety concerns.
At Ferrer Poirot Feller Daniel, we’re still working hard for baby powder victims, despite Johnson & Johnson’s claims that the product is and was safe. We have nearly four decades of experience getting victims the compensation they’re owed for their medical bills and lost wages, and we know what it takes to win claims for innocent victims.
If you or someone you love was harmed by talc-based baby powder, we want to speak with you. Our defective product lawyers will investigate your condition and collect evidence that links it to Johnson & Johnson’s dangerous baby powder. Then, we’ll aggressively pursue maximum compensation on your and your family’s behalf.
Don’t miss out on the money your family deserves for your talc illness and expenses. Contact us today for a free consultation.