Award - Winning Lawyers

Attorneys in our network have achieved some of the highest awards and accolades a lawyer can get. Including:

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October 2013

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#1

Deanne Berg wins first lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson after it failed to warn consumers of the risk of developing ovarian cancer due to its talcum powder products. The jury found Johnson & Johnson Consumer Cos., guilty of negligence for failing to warn of the risk of ovarian cancer.

February 22, 2016

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$72 Million

$72 Million Verdict Awarded To The Family Of Jackie Fox, who died from ovarian cancer after long term talcum powder use

May 2, 2016

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$55 Million

$55 Million Verdict Awarded To Gloria Ristesund, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after long term talcum powder use

Present

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1000’s

J & J Faces Over 1000's Talc Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits currently. Are YOU one of them?

Studies show Talc particles embed deep in the ovaries.

A study published The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaeology in March 1971 found that 75 percent of the ovarian tumor tissue studied contained particles of talc. Since that time, numerous studies have suggested that minute talc particles can migrate from the vaginal areas to the ovaries where they embed deep within the tissue.

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More than 20,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year. *Women who use Talc for feminine hygiene have a 30% greater risk of developing ovarian cancer.

J&J "Hiding Something" According to St. Louis Jury.

Our attorneys are currently investigating allegations that drug giant J&J knew or should have known about the dangers of external use of talcum powder for women when used externally. In fact, studies have shown that talcum powder used in the genital area can migrate through the vagina, to the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries, creating an allegedly statistically significant association between use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer.

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