LOS ANGELES – A nationally known asbestos researcher on Aug. 24 told the attorney for plaintiff Carolyn Weirick that traces of the deadly mineral had been found in her bottle of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder.
Researcher in J&J talc trial explains path to fatal disease; Admits he has no knowledge of plaintiff's condition
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LOS ANGELES – During opening arguments on Aug. 20 in a lawsuit to determine if Johnson & Johnson baby powder caused plaintiff Carolyn Weirick to develop mesothelioma, a rare form of terminal cancer, her lawyer said the company tried to hide from the truth.
SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges he has been injured as a result of asbestos exposure during his career with the U.S. Navy.