Johnson & Johnson’s Claim A Woman’s Mesothelioma Diagnosis Was Spontaneous
A carcinogenic mineral was found in many industrial work environments. A significant amount of the mineral was found near some deposits of talc as well. Malignant mesothelioma is known to be caused by exposure to asbestos. The talc-based products used in Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder caused the company many issues. The attorneys of Patricia Schmitz accused the company of selling the talc-based products contaminated with asbestos. The company’s attorneys claimed that Patricia’s mesothelioma cancer was caused by other factors. If the diagnosis was spontaneous, it contradicts where the disease originated.
California Woman Accuses Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder Of Causing Her Fatal Disease
Over the course of a seven-week trial, Patricia Schmitz provided evidence to support her case. The company was aware their products contained an exceeding amount of asbestos. The 61-year-old woman used their products for alm..