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Who Qualifies for the Talcum Powder Lawsuit

For decades, talcum powder danced across baby bottoms and graced feminine hygiene routines. But beneath the innocent puff swirled a potential storm. Studies linked talc to devastating cancers, leaving a trail of broken lives and unanswered questions. Now, a legal tide rises, offering hope for justice. But who qualifies for the talcum powder lawsuit?

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Personal Injury Lawsuit

Who Can Be Sued in a Truck Accident Case?

If you were involved in a truck accident case caused by another party, there are many legal options you can explore to pursue compensation. However, you might wonder who you can sue for collision-related damages. While you may not need to take legal action, you can technically sue any party whose negligence contributed to the incident.

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How an Attorney Can Help With Your Car Accident Claim

If you’ve encountered accident in a car and you’ve been injured, you may be wondering what are car accident claim and what an attorney can do for you. In this article, we’ll discuss the services a lawyer for car accidents can offer.

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What Is the Bicycle Accident Average Settlement?

Even a careful cyclist isn’t completely safe from accidents. It is impossible to control the actions of other drivers in the roadway. If you’ve suffered injuries during a bicycle crash, you may wonder what the Bicycle Accident average settlement appears to be.

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Judge certifies Johnson & Johnson shareholder class action over talc disclosures

A federal judge has said Johnson & Johnson shareholders could take on a class action their lawsuit, accusing the company of deceiving its customers about the fact that its talc products were infected with asbestos that causes cancer.

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First trials, major fights will shape Camp Lejeune litigation in 2024

In the next year, Camp Lejeune Litigation over water contamination could lead to the first trial that could determine the extent of liability and damages in a variety of types of cancers in the event that one of the largest mass torts develops.

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Talc lawyer rebuts J&J bid to disqualify him, denounces ‘smear tactics’

A renowned plaintiffs’ Talc Lawyer and his firm have urged the federal court to deny Johnson & Johnson’s attempt to dismiss them from the massive tort lawsuit concerning the talc products of the company and deny the claims of the company that he signed an illegal collaboration with an ex-J&J lawyer.

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Bayer wins latest Roundup cancer Lawsuit trial, ending losing streak

Bayer has been awarded a victory in a Roundup Cancer Lawsuit brought by a California man who claims the cause of his cancer was exposure to the Roundup weedkiller. The verdict ends Bayer’s five-trial loss streak in its trials over similar claims.

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For Camp lejeune Lawsuit, Judge won’t force government to turn over study on cancer at Camp Lejeune

It is expected that the in Camp Lejeune Lawsuit, U.S. government will not be compelled to hand over the draft of a study of the incidence of cancer on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to lawyers representing those who claim to have been affected by contaminated water on the base, a federal judge from North Carolina said on Tuesday.

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Farmworkers, environmentalists urge EPA to pull approval for herbicide glyphosate

On Wednesday, environmental and labor groups and farmworkers urged the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to immediately stop and revoke the federal government’s approval of the herbicide glyphosate, which is the main ingredient of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.

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