Talcum Powder Injury Attorneys in San Antonio
Holding Talcum Powder Manufacturers Accountable
Talcum powder is a common household product (typically known as baby powder) used for personal hygiene and cosmetic purposes. For decades, people have made it a staple in their medicine cabinets, helping to reduce diaper rash, eliminate skin moisture, and achieve other cosmetic goals.
Unfortunately, talcum powder manufacturers have not always been transparent about the consequences of using the product. Talcum powder has now been linked to increased risks of ovarian cancer — something that consumers should have been warned of when it was put on the market.
At Maloney Law Group, P.L.L.C., we are unrelenting advocates for injured consumers. We handle a wide range of personal injury and product liability cases, including product recalls. Our San Antonio product liability attorneys strive to achieve exceptional results for clients whose lives have been changed by someone else's negligence.
How to Tell if Talcum Powder Caused Your Ovarian Cancer
Every case is different. There is no way to clearly draw a line between your medical condition and your use of talcum powder without a thorough investigation. You are well advised to have your case analyzed by an experienced attorney if you were a regular consumer of talcum powder but were not informed of any cancer risk.
Developing a case for compensation will require a record of your talcum powder use, a record of the manufacturer's or distributor's consumer warning labels and the scientific connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer.
These are not issues to take lightly or handle on your own. Our San Antonio talcum powder injury attorneys have the skill and knowledge to handle your product liability lawsuit and help you collect what you need and deserve after such a devastating injury.
Contact our firm to arrange a free initial consultation. We can be reached at (210) 361-2997.
Birth Injury $7,000,000
Birth injury involving hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (2020) Contingency Fee: $2,800,000 Reimbursable Expenses: $75,578 Net to Client: $4,124,421
Birth Injury $5,750,000
Involving hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (2014) Contingency Fee: $1,786,738.72 Reimbursable Expenses: $170,000.00 Net to Client: $3,396,261.28
Head-on Collision $5,000,000
With an 18-wheeler causing serious injury and death (2008) Contingency Fee: $1,799,990.00 Reimbursable Expenses: $150,000.00 Net to Client: $2,581,834,89
Carbon Monoxide Leak $4,290,000
Exposed the crew to harmful gasses (2006) Contingency Fee: $1,716,000.00 Case Expenses: $100,000 Net to Client: $2,474,000.00
Construction Accident Death $3,600,000
Due to dangerous work conditions (2015) Contingency Fee: $1,440,000.00 Case Expenses: $125,000.00 Net to Client: $2,035,000.00
Trucking Accident $3,000,000
Trucking accident resulting in death (2015) Contingency Fees: $1,000,000.00 Case Expenses: $93,455.68 Net to Client $1,906,544.32
Failure To Diagnose $1,820,000
Failure to diagnose ruptured brain aneurysm in the Emergency Department resulting in serious injury (2020) Contingency fee: $712,090.00 Reimbursable expenses: $157.285.61 Net to client: $950,624.39
Back Surgery Resulting in Paralysis $1,600,000
Back surgery resulting in paralysis (2014) Contingency Fee: $640,000.00 Case Expenses: $170,000.00 Net to Client: $790,000.00
Ceiling Collapse $1,450,000
Ceiling collapse at a construction site resulting in injuries (2012) Contingency Fee: $438,476.26 Case Expenses: $26,952.51 Net to Client: $984,571.23
Failure To Diagnose $1,370,000
Failure to diagnose and treat a necrotizing infection resulting in death (2019) Contingency Fee: $548,000.00 Reimbursable expenses: $165,301.67 Net to client: $656,698.33