Tag: Johnson & Johnson

Talcum Powder Lawsuit

Johnson & Johnson Offers $8.9 Billion Talc Cancer Settlement

Johnson & Johnson has offered to pay an $8.9 billion settlement to thousands of people who claim that talcum powder caused them to develop cancer.

/ April 5, 2023
Neutrogena, Aveeno, CVS Sunscreens Recalled for Toxic Benzene

Neutrogena, Aveeno, CVS Sunscreens Recalled for Toxic Benzene

Johnson & Johnson and CVS recalled 7 sunscreens and aloe vera products due to contamination with benzene, a toxic cancer-causing chemical that is absorbed by the skin.

/ July 15, 2021
Woman Awarded $120 Million in Baby Powder Mesothelioma Lawsuit

Woman Awarded $120 Million in Baby Powder Mesothelioma Lawsuit

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $120 million to a woman from New York who developed mesothelioma after using baby powder.

/ November 23, 2020
$28 Million Xarelto Jury Award Overturned

$28 Million Xarelto Jury Award Overturned

A state judge in Pennsylvania has overturned a $27.8 million jury award to a woman who suffered severe gastrointestinal bleeding after taking the blood-thinning drug Xarelto.

/ January 18, 2018
Metal on Metal Him Implant Side Effects

DePuy Knew of Metal Hip Implant Risks in 1995

Experts warned Johnson & Johnson about the dangers of metal-on-metal hip replacements in 1995 and told the company it would be unethical to continue selling the implants.

/ April 13, 2017
JNJ Trial Losses of 2016

100,000 Reasons Why Johnson & Johnson Wants to Forget 2016

Johnson & Johnson was hit with 6 out of 7 of the biggest injury verdicts of 2016. The company is accused of putting profits above public safety in 100,000 lawsuits over baby powder, vaginal mesh, hip implants, Risperdal, Xarelto, and...

/ April 3, 2017

Bad Day for Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

As Johnson & Johnson defends itself in trials over baby powder and a metal-on-metal hip implant, the company finally warns that an insulin pump is vulnerable to hacking.

/ October 5, 2016

Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuit Goes to Trial in St. Louis

Two months after a jury in St. Louis awarded $72 million, a second trial is underway on behalf of a woman who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson's Baby Powder for 40 years.

/ April 28, 2016