The talcum powder lawyers at the Onder Law Firm have distinguished themselves as leaders in the realm of talcum powder litigation. Recognizing the very serious nature of ovarian cancer claims against Johnson & Johnson, the firm has committed its significant resources to providing the best baby powder attorney representation available in the United States.
Two landmark cases have been won so far in the United States, in which juries awarded large monetary sums to the plaintiffs. Each of these cases was tried by our lawyers. We have both the expertise and vital court documents necessary to win baby powder cancer lawsuits on behalf of women and their families around the United States.
Our baby powder cancer attorneys believe pharmaceutical companies must be held accountable for their action. When Americans are harmed because corporations are prioritizing profits over safety, our firm is always at the front lines, fighting on behalf of individual consumers and families.
We have represented clients in nearly every product liability case pertaining to dangerous drug and defective medical devices, and we are the nation's leader in window blind cord litigation. In addition to winning on behalf of our clients, we take pride in asserting pressure on corporations that have stepped out of line. Through their tireless efforts, our baby powder attorneys are working to hold J&J accountable for its failure to warn consumers about the risk of cancer.
We will provide legal representation for anyone involved in a talcum powder cancer lawsuit on a contingency basis, which means that we will not charge any legal fees unless we win compensation for you. Anyone who has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using talcum powder or is a family member of such a person is eligible to receive a free, no-obligation case review from our attorneys. Simply contact our firm through the online contact form or the chat feature and one of our baby powder cancer lawyers will contact you promptly to discuss your case.
These talcum powder lawyers achieved the first monetary compensation on behalf of a baby powder lawsuit plaintiff early in 2016. The estate of Jackie Fox, who ultimately died of ovarian cancer, was awarded $72 million when a St. Louis jury found Johnson & Johnson guilty of conspiracy.
Internal company documents presented during the talcum powder cancer lawsuit indicated the company knew for decades that its baby powder products could increase the risk of ovarian cancer, yet failed to warn consumers. "All their internal documents show they knew talc caused ovarian cancer, and actively undertook to hide the truth, not only from the governmental regulators but from the public," Jim Onder says. Onder's firm, The Onder Law Firm, is a leader in talcum powder litigation and represented the Fox family.
The outcome of Ms. Fox's lawsuit provides affirmation that talcum powder is linked to ovarian cancer, which scientists have been linking through research since the 1970s. Internal documents used in this court case reveal J&J company officials engaging in a complex strategy to rewrite the public record on talcum powder cancer research.