U.S. Senator Troubled by Reports of Johnson’s Poisonous Talcum Powder
A U.S. senator has made her concerns regarding reports of Johnson’s poisonous talcum powder known. Senator Patty Murray of Washington wrote to Johnson & Johnson asking for more information about how they presented the safety of their talc to regulators. The senate’s involvement is a signal that J&J’s asbestos scandal is not going away any time soon.
The J&J Asbestos Scandal Is Heating Up
Johnson & Johnson is currently facing over 11,000 lawsuits alleging asbestos in their talcum powder caused cancer. The suits link use of J&J’s baby powder to ovarian cancer, mesothelioma, pulmonary disease, lung cancer, and more. And juries are siding with the victims. Last July, a jury ordered J&J to pay $4.7 billion in punitive damages in a Missouri asbestos cancer case. You can bet they won’t be the last.
These suits are largely because of Johnson & Johnson’s alleged mis-marketing. For decades they marketed their baby powder as safe. However, recent reports show that Johnson & Johnson may have known their baby powder contained asbestos as early as fifty years ago. Unfortunately, the corporate giant kept this from both the public and the FDA. They chose to profit instead of protecting their consumers.
I Am Offering Free Legal Consultations For Victims
As a personal injury lawyer TN has trusted for more than thirty years, I’m offering a free legal consultation to any cancer patient who believes their cancer may have been caused by use of Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder. Contact us right away if you:
- Regularly used Johnson & Johnson’s Talcum Baby Powder
- Later developed mesothelioma, pulmonary disease, lung cancer, or ovarian cancer
We are standing by to tell you how we can help. Call us now at (901) 327-1212 or reach us online to speak with lawyers fighting back against Johnson’s poisonous talcum powder. The consultation is absolutely free, with no strings attached. It would be our honor to represent you and your family, and to get you the justice you deserve.