Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Claims Now Being Reviewed by Tampa Attorney Frank Charles Miranda
Frank Charles Miranda announced his law office would be reviewing personal injury claims alleging that talcum powder was to blame for ovarian cancer. The claim is founded on the idea that Johnson & Johnson caused harm to women when it failed to warn them of the risks posed when its talc-based baby powder is used for female personal hygiene.
Tampa Florida, March 16, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Frank Charles Miranda announced on Wednesday his law office would be accepting and reviewing personal injury claims alleging that talc-based powder was the impetus for ovarian cancer. The claim is founded on the idea that production giant Johnson & Johnson caused direct harm to consumers when it failed to warn regarding the risks posed when its talc-based baby powder is used for female personal hygiene.
Miranda chose to add the new case type after learning that Tampa and St. Petersburg residents did not have an outlet where they could learn more about dangers associated with ongoing use of Johnson & Johnson talc-based powder. He felt the people of Tampa Bay needed an office that could answer direct questions, such as:
- Is talc-based baby powder the cause of my ovarian cancer?
- Did talc-based baby powder cause my daughter to get ovarian cancer?
- I used talc-based powder for hygiene for years, but chose to halt use for another product. I have since been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and want to know if the Johnson & Johnson powder is to blame.
The sad truth is that a Harvard study indicates as many as 10,000 women develop and are eventually diagnosed with ovarian cancer as a result of talc-based powder. The same ovarian cancer kills more than 14,000 women each year in the United States alone. It is appropriate that the manufacturer of the defective product be held responsible for their role in the matter.The sad truth is that a recent study indicates as many as 10,000 women develop and are eventually diagnosed with ovarian cancer as a result of talcum powder.
If you believe your ovarian cancer diagnoses is a result of ongoing talc-based Johnson & Johnson powder use, you are encouraged to contact the office of Frank Charles Miranda at 813-254-2637 to schedule a free case evaluation.
The Law Office of Frank Charles Miranda is located at 703 West Swann Avenue in Tampa. The legal office offers Tampa residents title services, personal injury representation, business litigation and assistance filing claims relating to dangerous pharmaceutical products. Hillsborough County residents can find the Law Office of Frank Charles Miranda online by visiting http://www.fcmlaw.com.
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