Counsel for the husband of an attorney who died from a rare and deadly disease allegedly caused by years of using asbestos-tainted Johnson’s Baby Powder told a South Carolina jury this week that Johnson & Johnson should pay more tens of millions of dollars for the woman’s wrongful death. Bertila Boyd-Bostic claimed she used Johnson’s Baby Powder her entire life containing talc that came from a particular mine in Vermont. Johnson & Johnson allegedly knew for years that the talc mined there also contained cancer-causing asbestos, yet the company continued to use the talc in its products and never warned ... Read More
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