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Let's talk about your ovarian cancer, potentially caused by talcum powder

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Serving Missouri, Illinois, the St. Louis Area And Nationwide

Got Ovarian Cancer After Using Baby Powder? Get Justice

Get Reimbursed For Your Medical Bills, Pain And Suffering And Other Losses

On July 20, 2018, a court in St. Louis, home of Holland Injury Law, LLC, ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.69 billion to 22 women who developed ovarian cancer after regularly using the manufacturer's talcum powder. The court alleged that the company had hidden evidence from customers of the link between baby powder and ovarian cancer.

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  2. If I could give you ten stars, I would do it. I went to another firm and they would not file a lawsuit, but Bill Holland did. Basil Stone

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With 25+ years of experience, Holland Injury law is equipped to pursue justice on your behalf after an injury.

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  1. “Very knowledgeable, and dedicated to getting results! Definitely someone you can trust to work things out in your best interest. The staff is professional, organized and treat you like you are an individual and not a case! I would recommend them every time!” -- Ashley

  2. “William K. Holland helped us out tremendously! He helped pick up where former attorney left us hanging! I would highly recommend William to anyone who needs an amazing attitude for personal injuries! Not to mention his staff is amazing as well!” -- Jodi A.

  3. “Bill came highly recommended by many for my case. From start to finish, he has been nothing but the best. He is very attentive to his clients and he fights hard to obtain the best settlement for you. I will always come to Bill first.” -- Barry

  4. “If I could give you ten stars, I would do it. I went to another firm and they would not file a lawsuit, but Bill Holland did.” -- Basil S.

  • William K. Holland has tried 43 cases to verdict by jury

  • Clients have recovered 24 settlements higher than $1 million

  • Many clients have come away with multimillion-dollar settlements

  • He has brought about outcomes of more than $100 million

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No one wants ovarian cancer but sufferers want to know "Why?"

Did you use Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder products for months or years before you developed ovarian cancer? Have you heard some talcum powers are tainted with asbestos? Johnson & Johnson knew. Why did the company hide the truth?

Tell your true story now. Call 314-888-9948 without delay.

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It's Not Only About Money. It's About Justice.

Don't miss out on the chance to make Johnson & Johnson compensate you after hiding evidence of potential hazards in its baby powder while marketing these products to you. Evidence shows the company knew some of its source talc mines yielded talc laced with asbestos - a known carcinogen.