Plaintiff’s Win $40 Million Verdict In Latest J&J Baby Powder Case

Sep 29, 2019
  • Johnson & Johnson have been hit with another loss in the latest talc trial case that took place in California. The jury found the company’s talc to be responsible for causing a woman’s mesothelioma diagnosis. The verdict was for $40 million dollars in damages according to a press release about the verdict from PR Newswire.

    Contaminants found in Baby Powder

    According to evidence, medical testing done on the plaintiff,  Nancy Cabibi showed that she has the presence of two types of asbestos. Both types were found to be in Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products, that Ms. Cabibi has used.

    A String of Trial Losses

    Johnson & Johnson has been at the center of legal defeats over their talc products in recent months. In New Jersey, plaintiffs were awarded a verdict of $37 million dollars, and another $29 million dollars also out of California.

    Diagnosed with Mesothelioma and/or Ovarian Cancer?

    If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with mesothelioma or ovarian cancer as a result of using Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder or their other talc-based products, contact our team at  to schedule a free consultation. Click here to view our practice area page on Talc Products and Ovarian Cancer for more information.