Talcum Powder Lawsuit Lawyers

Ovarian Cancer From Talcum Powder?

Prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but that doesn't guarantee their safety. Many women may have developed ovarian cancer as a result of using talcum powder or baby powder. If you or a family member received an ovarian cancer diagnosis following extended use of talcum or baby powder you may be entitled to compensation. Lord + Heinlein can help.

Experienced and Trusted Minnesota Talcum Powder Lawyers

You need a lawyer who will fight hard for you. A lawyer with the experience and stamina to stand up to drug makers and win big settlements in class action suits. During this long, complex process, you also deserve a lawyer who is personally invested – one who listens and is by your side every step of the way. If you want an experienced and trusted talcum powder attorney, contact Lord + Heinlein today.

Choose Lord + Heinlein for Your Talcum Powder Lawsuit

  • We listen – Our personal attention uncovers key details others miss
  • We are tough – We doggedly pursue the best result and are not afraid to take on the big guys, no matter how long it takes
  • We are experienced – You get 40+ years of combined legal expertise and a proven track record of success in prescription drug cases
  • We use a team approach – Our team of legal and medical professionals evaluates your case to obtain maximum compensation for you
  • We are accessible – Your attorney is always easy to reach

Big Results for Class Action Harmful Product Cases

At Lord + Heinlein, we take on big cases and get big results, while providing a level of personal attention most firms cannot match.

If you believe you have developed ovarian cancer due to talcum powder, contact us for a free case evaluation.

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