Another Lawsuit Against Johnson and Johnson In St. Louis
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
St. Louis will be the location for a trial once again to determine if
Johnson and Johnson is responsible for causing cancer in another plaintiff. The lawsuit alleges
that a woman’s use of talcum powder caused her cancer. Attorneys
for a Modesto, California, woman claims she developed ovarian cancer in
2012 after years of use of Johnson and Johnson’s talcum powder.
Johnson & Johnson is accused of negligent conduct in making and marketing
its baby powder, according to her lawsuit.
This past year, two lawsuits ended in jury verdicts worth $127 million
in St. Louis. But that doesn’t mean a win is a given for this new
plaintiff. Two other lawsuits alleging the same against the company lost
when a judge threw out the case, saying there wasn’t reliable evidence
that their talc use led to ovarian cancer. Over 2,000 women have sued
Johnson and Johnson and attorneys are reviewing thousands more.
Women are winning these lawsuits because of product liability laws that
have been set into place. If you have developed cancer after use of Johnson
and Johnson personal care items, please call St. Louis’ best product
liability attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC.
When you’ve been the victim of a dangerous product, you will need
to hire a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney to represent
you in your product liability claim. These type of cases are often highly
complex and technical, and require hiring experts to help determine liability
and to give expert testimony. At Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, we have
the resources to work such a case, and we have recovered hundreds of millions
in paid claims. Don’t wait, pick up the phone and
the St. Louis law offices of Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC.