Johnson & Johnson to Pay $110M to Plaintiff in 5th Talcum Powder Cancer Trial

Johnson & Johnson lost its 5th talc-powder trial.

This week, a Missouri jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay more than $110 million to a woman who says she developed ovarian cancer after decades of using the company’s talc-based products.Epipen

This is the largest settlement yet in a surge of suits accusing the world’s largest health-care company of withholding information about cancer risks.

Early last year, Johnson & Johnson made headlines when the company went up against a 72 million dollar lawsuit. The baby powder lawsuit was filed by the family of a deceased woman who’s ovarian cancer was linked to the use of the product for feminine hygiene.

As the year came to a close Product liability judgments against J&J totaled nearly $2B in the last year. J&J lost 6 out of 7 product liability claims in 2016. The cases have been noted as the largest jury verdicts over product defect claims in America.

Nearly $200m was set to go to judgments related to baby powder cases. In fact, Johnson & JohnsonJohnson lost three straight trials where a judge found that their talc-based products caused ovarian cancer.

J&J has argued that there is no such cancer risk.  Citing that comprehensive studies show link between the products and cancer.

Financial Compensation from Johnson & Johnson

As the number of legal cases again J&J continue to grow, the chances of you qualifying for compensation avails. If you or a loved may have endured pain, suffering, or death due to J&J’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products you could be entitled to financial compensation. The Medical Claim Legal team can connect you with the money that you deserve. Get connected with a dedicated attorney today.