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Mississippi Ovarian Cancer Lawyers

Compassionately Helping Victims of Talcum Powder

Countless women throughout the United States regularly use talcum powder as a hygiene product. More commonly known as baby powder, talcum powder has been shown to cause ovarian cancer in women by studies dating all the way back to 1971. Studies that were recently conducted have concluded using talcum powder increases a woman’s chances of developing ovarian cancer by as much as 33%.

If you have developed ovarian cancer and believe it may be due to your past use of talcum powder, contact Brad Morris Law Firm, PLLC right away. Backed by years of experience, our ovarian cancer attorneys in Tupelo have a comprehensive understanding of this complex practice area. Over the years, we recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients who were harmed by defective products and negligent parties. We can help you, too.

Call us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable mass tort attorneys in Oxford and Tupelo to find out if you are eligible for compensation.

Holding Negligent Parties Accountable

In 2013, a lawsuit filed against Johnson & Johnson alleged that the company knew of talcum powder’s carcinogenic effects as early as 1982. However, even to this day, the talcum powder sold by Johnson & Johnson has no warning labels of any kind informing consumers of the potentially cancer-causing effects of the product. Our ovarian cancer lawyers will work hard to prove that the company responsible for your ovarian cancer is held accountable for their actions. We can proficiently navigate you through the complex legal process while making sure your rights and best interests are well represented.

When you retain Brad Morris Law Firm, PLLC, you can expect:

  • Us to be available for you 24/7
  • Caring and personalized legal services
  • Home and hospital visits, depending on where you are
  • Our attorneys to relentlessly fight for the compensation you deserve