Ovarian Cancer Lawyers

If you’ve been injured by negligence, misdiagnosis, or malpractice related to ovarian cancer, our ovarian cancer lawyers are here to help. Serving cases in Philadelphia, PA, NJ, and nationally.

The Help You Need for Your Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit

If you or a loved one has suffered as a result of negligence, misdiagnosis, or malpractice related to ovarian cancer, you need the help of an experienced ovarian cancer attorney to investigate the facts, help you understand your rights, and prove your claim.

At Cohen, Placitella & Roth, we work diligently with highly trained doctors, nursing specialists, and other medical experts to gather the evidence needed to build the strongest ovarian cancer case possible. We work tirelessly to get a successful resolution to your ovarian cancer claim — and pursue justice for you.

Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer can manifest in different ways, and not all the signs and symptoms may be clear. Some warning signs of ovarian cancer include:

  • Vaginal Bleeding

    Any vaginal bleeding that is not caused by menstruation, or vaginal discharge that is abnormal, may be a sign of ovarian cancer and should be assessed by a medical professional.

  • Change in Bowel and Bladder Habits

    If your bowel or bladder habits have recently made a dramatic change – for example, you suddenly have to use the restroom frequently or have diarrhea – this could be a sign of ovarian cancer.

  • Pain

    Pain in the pelvic region, the back, and the abdominal area are all common symptoms of ovarian cancer.

  • Bloating and Pressure

    If you suffer from a consistent feeling of bloating or pressure in your stomach or feel unusually full when eating, you should seek the opinion of a medical professional. Only a medical professional can determine whether your symptoms are caused by ovarian cancer or a different cause.

Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Types

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  • Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer

    If you are sick, injured, or suffering from unexplained symptoms, you may take for granted that your medical providers will be able to promptly diagnose your condition and provide the treatment you need to recover. Unfortunately, in far too many cases, this doesn’t happen. Medical mistakes are on the rise nationwide, and cases involving misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis of medical conditions like ovarian cancer are increasingly common.

    Studies conducted by the Institute of Medicine show that as many as 12 million people each year suffer from diagnostic errors made by healthcare providers, leading to roughly 10% of all patient deaths. Unfortunately, these cases often go unreported by patients who are unaware that an error occurred or are unsure of their legal rights in holding their doctors accountable.

  • Talcum Powder Lawsuit

    Filing a lawsuit against the manufacturer of a product containing talcum powder, alleging that the product caused your ovarian cancer can be challenging. To be sure, the exact causes of ovarian cancer are often difficult – if not impossible – to pinpoint.

    Because of the complicated nature of investigating an ovarian cancer case and its potential link to talcum powder, you need CPR on your side. Our team has the experience, passion, and proven skills to help.

Ovarian Cancer Talcum Powder Lawsuit FAQs

Source: Forbes

  • Which talcum powder product manufacturers have been sued in ovarian cancer cases?

    Companies involved in talcum powder lawsuits include Johnson and Johnson; Colgate-Palmolive; Imerys Talc North America; Whittaker, Clark & Daniels; and Vanderbilt Minerals.

  • How does an attorney prove that I used talcum powder and it caused my ovarian cancer?

    An attorney may ask you to answer questions verbally and in writing about how often and for how long you used a specific baby powder brand and where on your body you used the baby powder. Witnesses may also be asked to confirm your testimony.

  • If I used baby powder that contains cornstarch instead of talc, can I still file an ovarian cancer lawsuit?

    Users of baby powders that do not contain talc are not eligible to file suit alleging injuries from talc-based powders.

    Source: Forbes

  • They are willing to understand. Not hurrying you through, they took the time needed. They were wonderful. I don’t know what we would have done without them. 

    Sarah J.
  • CP&R has resources to bring in to support everything my family was dealing with; it wasn’t just the legal process. Even after the case was over, specific support services for the injury stayed with us all these years.

    Barbara L.
  • I am still at a loss for words about how appreciative my family and I are to the legal team at CP&R for all their effort. All I can say is thank you. 

    Jessica O.

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