You are not alone. A 2014 study showed that talc-based powders applied to female genitalia increased the risk of cancer by 33%, affecting roughly 6,600 women per year. Johnson & Johnson has been aware of the risk associated with their product since the 1970s, but they failed to inform their customers. If you're a victim of ovarian cancer caused by talcum powder, let the attorneys at Ennis & Ennis fight for you.
We've represented women nationwide as they seek justice for what they have been through. Women just like you have received more than $127 million in settlements from Johnson & Johnson. We understand how to approach your case and we will hold pharmaceutical companies liable for what they have done.
Attorneys David and Holly Ennis have helped clients receive more than $100 million in compensation. We'll use our experience for your benefit.
Johnson & Johnson swept their knowledge under the rug. They're hoping you'll do the same. Work with our team and have a strong voice.
No amount of money can make up for what you've endured, but winning a settlement against your oppressor can help you move forward.
Johnson & Johnson knows that what they did was wrong. Now is the time for victims of their carelessness to seek justice.
Pharmaceutical companies make the decisions they do to seek a higher profit. We'll hold them accountable for affecting real people's lives.
And that's per year. Though you have a unique story to tell, you are not alone in your struggles. Our attorneys will come by your side and defend you.
Ennis & Ennis is an AV-rated law firm that has assisted clients in receiving more than $100 million in compensation. We have successfully assisted clients in obtaining settlements for numerous victims of drug side effects, defective medical devices, and defective products. We have defended the rights of consumers to collect fair compensation from companies that fill the market with defective or dangerous products. Our clients have participated in many of the largest mass tort settlements in the country, and we work diligently to make sure their voices are heard.