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$70 Million Awarded Against Johnson & Johnson In Third Jury Verdict

ST. LOUIS – A major victory for a plaintiff in the Johnson & Johnson talcum powder litigation took place today, with a jury awarding $70.075 million to Ms. Deborah Giannecchini. This is the third substantial talc verdict against J&J this year––other huge losses have taken place, with damages awarded to plaintiffs in two separate verdicts in the amount of $55 million and $72 million.

It was reported that the most compelling evidence in this case was the written communication between Johnson and Johnson and Imerys
(J & J’s talc supplier), which “proved that the company was aware of the dangers for over 30 years.” One in 70 women get ovarian cancer, and studies have shown that women who use talc-containing products as part of their feminine hygiene every day run a 30-60% increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. The product is still being sold. Ted Meadows, one of the lead litigators for the plaintiff asked, “When is enough going to be enough?”

This is significant news for law firms who are looking to acquire new talc cases. CAMG can help you get your campaign started quickly at the lowest acquisition costs possible. We offer transparent media buying and real-time performance metrics of offline campaigns, which translates to signed contracts for your firm. As always, ethics are our highest priority––there are no referral fees associated with our services and we never sell a call or lead.

We can get your campaign started as quickly as the next few days and will provide you with talc qualifiers, intake scripts and questionnaires as well as a complete contract acquisition service through our Legal Contract Services division.

Look forward to hearing from you to answer any questions you may have and get your campaign underway.

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