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Talcum Powder Attorney

Talcum powder has been used by millions of people to absorb moisture and help reduce irritation. While talcum powder was used for many years and was a staple in many American homes, recent studies have shown it may be linked to thousands of cases of ovarian cancer.

According to these studies, women who used talcum powder and other feminine products that contained talc, in the genital areas have a substantially increased risk of developing ovarian cancer than women who never used talcum powder products.

If you or a loved one are a victim of ovarian cancer after using talcum powder, immediately contact Shapiro Legal Group, PLLC. Our talcum powder lawyer will seek justice with you by pursuing compensation. We offer free consultations online or by calling (888)640-3784.

Why Choose Us for Your Talcum Powder Lawyer?

  • Mark Shapiro, our founding mass tort attorney, has been handling cases, such as talcum powder for more than 20 years.
  • We only specialize in mass tort litigation, giving us insight and specialized knowledge to handle your case.
  • At Shapiro Legal Group, PLLC, our talcum powder attorney ensure that any negligent parties are held responsible for your injuries by pursuing the maximum possible compensation you need to make a full recovery.

Talcum Powder Found in Many Products

In addition to talcum powder itself, talc and talcum powder are found in many consumer products, including:

  • Cosmetics
  • Feminine washes and deodorants
  • Diaphragms
  • Condoms
  • Sanitary napkins
  • Tampons

Get Justice With Our Leading Talcum Powder Lawyer

The Shapiro Legal Group, PLLC represents women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer nationwide. If you or a loved one used talcum powder and developed ovarian cancer, you may be entitled to substantial financial compensation. For a free, no risk or obligation, case evaluation by a leading talcum powder attorney, contact the Shapiro Legal Group, PLLC today at (888)640-3784 or complete the case evaluation on this page.