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$12 million Awarded in Talcum Powder-Caused Mesothelioma Lawsuit


In a recent talcum powder asbestos case against Johnson & Johnson, a woman was awarded $12 million in damages for suffering from mesothelioma brought on by the asbestos particles in talcum powder. Read the full details of the award by following the link below:https://news.law/california-jury-awards-12m-in-j-j-talcum-powder-case/?utm_source=News.Law&utm_campaign=5c3e5002e0-MAILCHIMP_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_dad57ba7fe-5c3e5002e0-65027765

J&J Slammed with $325M Talcum Powder Asbestos Verdict


In the aftermath of an initial $25 million talcum powder asbestos compensatory verdict for a woman with mesothelioma, a New York jury is hitting Johnson & Johnson with another $300 million in punitive damages to punish the personal care behemoth for actively concealing the dangerous nature of its talcum powder products, including the company’s...

Hip Settlement Expansion Should Resolve Most DePuy Implant Lawsuits


The DePuy Pinnacle hip settlement reached late this past year, covering approximately 3,000 claims, is being expanded to resolve most of the litigation still pending against the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary over knowingly selling defective metal hip implants.Bloomberg News reported Monday that J&J’s DePuy Orthopaedics unit has reached a settlement agreement that should resolve...

Attune Knee Manufacturers Conspired to Hide Dangers


A new lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and its DePuy Orthopaedics subsidiary over their proprietary knee implants causing permanently debilitating injuries alleges that the Attune knee manufacturers actively conspired to conceal the device’s significant safety issues and defects.David Love filed the complaint against the Attune knee manufacturers earlier this month in the Western District...

J&J Hid Attune Knee Defects to Protect Profits


A new lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and its DePuy Synthes subsidiary indicates that the companies hid substantial Attune knee defects to maximize profits at the cost of patient health.Derrick Pearson filed the complaint August 8 in the Northern District of Texas. He alleges that the companies knew that the DePuy Attune knee was...

Preoperative Opioid Use Before Joint Replacement Surgery Increases Risks


New research indicates that opioid use before joint replacement surgery puts patients at substantially higher risks for excruciating injuries, hospital readmittance, and joint implant failure, necessitating additional surgeries.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery published the revelatory study this past month. Researchers from the University of Chicago found that more than half the patients...