Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. is now reviewing and accepting Tampa Bay claims alleging that talc-based powder manufactured by Johnson & Johnson was the cause of ovarian cancer. It is important to note that prior to the late 1970s some talc in its natural form was known to contain asbestos. The claim that the talc-based powder led to cases of ovarian cancer is grounded in the idea the manufacturer failed to warn consumers regarding the risks posed when the product was directly applied to the genitals for female hygiene.
Miranda chose to pursue the talcum powder ovarian cases after finding that residents along the Gulf Coast of Florida did not have a legal resource with which they could consult after learning about the potential dangers from ongoing use of the powder. He understood that people in Hillsborough County needed one easy to contact location where they would be able to pose questions, such as:
- Did talc-based powder cause my ovarian cancer?
- I applied the powder in the 1970s as part of my hygiene regimen, am I at risk?
- I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after I chose to halt powder use, is Johnson & Johnson to blame?
If you are concerned that your ovarian cancer diagnosis was the result ongoing application of Johnson & Johnson talcum powder, you can contact attorney Frank Charles Miranda at 813-902-3925 for a free case evaluation.
Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. can be found at 703 W. Swann Avenue in Tampa, Florida. His office offers local residents title services, personal injury, business litigation and assistance filing claims relating to dangerous pharmaceutical products. All service areas currently being handled by the office can be reviewed online by visiting www.fcmlaw.com.