How Do I Know If I Have a Fallopian Tube or Ovarian Cancer Claim?
On a daily or weekly basis it seems like more and more victims are stepping forward to file a fallopian tube or ovarian cancer claim against Johnson & Johnson. These claims have to do with women who developed ovarian and fallopian tube cancer after using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder and baby powder products.
In early February, a group of 14 people from 12 states filed an ovarian cancer claim against Johnson & Johnson in Kansas City, Missouri. The plaintiffs in the suit allege that for decades Johnson & Johnson has marketed its Shower-to-Shower and Baby Powder products as safe to use when the company knew that the product was harmful.
Determining If You Have a Fallopian Tube or Ovarian Cancer Claim
There are certain criteria that ovarian and fallopian tube cancer victims must meet to pursue a baby powder or talcum powder injury claim, including:
- The victim’s talcum powder use must have occurred after 1982
- The victim must have used Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder or Shower-to-Shower for hygiene reasons for four years or more
- The cancer diagnosis must be for fallopian tube or ovarian cancer, not cervical or uterine cancer
- The cancer must have been diagnosed by the time the victim turns 65
- If the victim passes away and her family pursues a claim, ovarian cancer must be listed on the death certificate as the cause of death
- Living victims who file an injury claim must provide ovarian tissue or pathology slides (both should be available if the diagnosis was made within the past 10 years)
If you believe you or a loved one has a fallopian tube or ovarian cancer claim, our firm is reviewing claims. We offer free case evaluations, where we can analyze your case, answer your questions, tell you whether you have a valid case and explain the options available to you and your family.