Johnson & Johnson has an estimated worth of over $65 billion, and its stock prices are currently dropping on the NYSE. This is not the first blow for Johnson & Johnson.
A local Modesto woman was awarded over $70 million last night in St. Louis stemming from a Johnson & Johnson talcum powder claim. The woman, Deborah Giannecchini of Modesto, claimed Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder caused her 2012 diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
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Johnson & Johnson has an estimated worth of over $65 billion, and its stock prices are currently dropping on the NYSE. This is not the first blow for Johnson & Johnson. Earlier this year, two other lawsuits were awarded, with a combined settlement of $127 million. In addition, over 2,000 women have filed similar lawsuits and lawyers are currently reviewing thousands of potential cases. Without the help of EMC Advertising, your talcum powder digital campaign may not get the strength it needs to be seen by potential clients.
“We are pleased the jury did the right thing. They once again reaffirmed the need for Johnson & Johnson to warn the public of the ovarian cancer risk associated with its product,” Jim Onder, an attorney for the plaintiff, told The Associated Press.
Despite repeated verdicts that hold the company accountable, Johnson & Johnson has refused to remove its talcum powder products from shelves, has refused to warn consumers about the risk, and continues to deny its responsibility.
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