LOS ANGELES, May 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Funding for Lawsuits (www.fundingforlawsuits.com), the nation's fastest growing pre-settlement funding firm, reports that a Missouri state jury awarded $55 million to a woman who sued Johnson & Johnson alleging she developed ovarian cancer after talcum powder usage. Coming away from this news, Funding for Lawsuits has agreed to add Talcum Powder Lawsuit Settlement Funding to their growing portfolio.
It has been well documented for decades now that talcum powder (baby powder) carries a risk of cancer. Recent lawsuits filed against Johnson & Johnson allege that prolonged use of talcum powder led to ovarian cancer in women.
"Johnson & Johnson has known for almost half a century that talcum powder posed significant cancer risks yet failed to warn the public," said managing member, Stuart Heller. "J&J must be held accountable for their negligence and we hope to see other favorable verdicts like this one."
In order to qualify for Talcum Powder Lawsuit Settlement Funding, Funding for Lawsuits requires that you are represented by an attorney and have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. To see if you qualify, please visit: http://www.fundingforlawsuits.com/talcum-powder-lawsuit-settlement-funding
Funding for Lawsuits offers a unique financial product that bridges the gap between today and the time settlement funds are received. While not correct terminology, pre-settlement funding is often called a lawsuit loan or a pre-settlement loan but is actually just an advance. Funding for Lawsuits can advance on any personal injury case type including motor vehicle accidents, catastrophic injuries, dog bite, premises liability, hip implant, power morcellator, IVC Filter, products liability, police brutality, sexual harassment, etc. For additional information, visit: http://www.fundingforlawsuits.com/get-legal-funding or call 1-800-475-2222.
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