Forbes Covers DOBS Victory Against Johnson & Johnson and Kenvue in Talcum Baby Powder Lawsuit

A Dean Omar Branham Shirley’s lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and Kenvue Inc. received attention from Forbes, after an Illinois court ordered the pharmaceutical giant to pay $45 million to the Garcia family, represented by the firm.

The family alleged the companies’ talcum-based baby powder led to the death of Theresa Garcia diagnosed with a fatal cancer linked to asbestos exposure, the company’s latest legal issue involving talc products.

“The firm’s news release said that throughout the case attorneys showed evidence that the products “contained asbestos fibers” and experts “explained that the daily use and amount inhaled by Ms. Garcia throughout her life led to her mesothelioma.”

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