Interview: Johnson & Johnson Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits

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Conversation with attorney Brian Chase about the Johnson & Johnson ovarian cancer lawsuits

What’s happening with the Johnson & Johnson ovarian cancer lawsuits? Many women have filed product liability suits against the pharmaceutical company. They claim that its baby powder product caused the development of ovarian cancer. Many of these lawsuits were filed on behalf of women who have since passed away. The product is still on shelves with no warning label.

Brian Chase, managing partner and trial lawyer at Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, LLP, says that it’s a “classic profit over safety situation.” He says the company knew its baby powder was carcinogenic but continued to sell it anyway.

Brian Chase handles cases involving defective products across the United States.

Topics covered in this interview:

  • What is happening with the Johnson & Johnson baby powder lawsuits?
  • What types of ovarian cancer cases have you handled?
  • Did Johnson & Johnson know that their baby powder caused ovarian cancer?
  • Why can people still buy these products in stores?
  • Is it too late for women to file a claim? What is the statute of limitations?
  • What if you’re not sure if you have a valid claim?
  • How do lawyers determine if someone’s ovarian cancer was caused by Johnson & Johnson products?
  • Do you think Johnson & Johnson will remove these products from stores?

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