Have you been diagnosed with cancer after using talcum powder? You may qualify for compensation due to your cancer diagnosis. James Rolshouse is ready to fight for the compensation you deserve.
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The manufacturers of Talcum Powder failed to warn users of an increased risk of ovarian cancer and mesothelioma when used for personal hygiene.
We are now reviewing personal injury and wrongful death Talcum Powder cancer lawsuit case filings.
We are ready to hold manufacturers of Talcum Powder accountable for their failure to warn consumers of the risk of cancer when using their product.
When you contact our law firm, we put our extensive experience and proven results to work, holding big manufacturers accountable for you or your loved ones because of concealment of facts.
Talcum powder is made from talc which is a mineral that contains magnesium, silicon and oxygen. Many consumers have used Talcum Powder to control moisture, reduce friction, and prevent rashes.
Numerous studies have shown that the regular use of talcum powder causes an increased risk for ovarian cancer.
Thousands of women have reported a cancer diagnosis after years of using talcum powder according to the manufacturer instructions.
Women who have been diagnosed and suffer from ovarian cancer often require extensive medical care including chemotherapy, removal of one or both ovaries, removal of the uterus, and radiation treatment.
If you or your loved one has suffered due to a cancer diagnosis after using talcum powder, then you have the right to learn more about your right to compensation.
If you used Talcum Powder and have been diagnosed with cancer, then you may be entitled to the following:
At James Rolshouse Law Firm, we are prepared to fight Talcum Powder manufacturers on your behalf. We are currently evaluating newTalcum Powder cancer cases. Complete our pre-intake form or contact our legal team for a free consultation today.
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