Chemical Straightener Cancer: Kwartler Manus Mass Tort Lawyers Can File a Claim

Chemical hair straightening products are popular among women who want to straighten their curly hair. These products have been around for decades. However, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently informed the public about the risks that chemical hair straighteners cause, leading to several lawsuits being filed. In this article, Kwartler Manus will tell you more about these lawsuits as well as explain how to file a mass tort claim. 

About the Chemical Hair Straightener Lawsuits 

Many women begin using chemical hair straightening products at a young age before they even know what ingredients are inside the products. At the end of 2022, the NIH published a study with evidence showing a link between chemical hair straighteners and uterine cancer. As a matter of fact, the study stated that women who have used these products are two times more likely to develop uterine cancer than those who have never used any chemical hair straighteners before.  

As a result, women started filing lawsuits against various companies such as L’Oreal, Soft Sheen, Strength of Nature, Just for Me, TCB Naturals, and Olive Oil Girls.  

How Can Kwartler Manus Mass Tort Lawyers Help with Your Case?

Kwartler Manus LLC has many years of experience advocating for the rights of our clients. We will take your case very seriously as well as make sure we understand the unique experiences and challenges you have endured.  

After we have learned the details of your claim, we will enter it with our other clients’ lawsuits against the same cosmetic companies that have caused their medical diagnoses as well.  

By trusting our mass tort lawyers, you can rest assured knowing that we will work hard to build strong cases against the responsible cosmetic corporations and ensure that your story gets the proper attention it deserves. The following are a few important steps we will take when it comes to your claim: 

·       We will look over your claim thoroughly to determine if it is viable. 

·       We will help you collect the proper evidence to support your claim. 

·       We will work with your physicians to learn more about your diagnosis and treatment plans. 

·       We will determine your losses and how much you need to cover them. 

·       We will guide you through every step of the legal process as well as provide the support and advice you need. 

How Much Compensation Will You Receive If You File a Claim? 

The amount of compensation that you may receive depends on several different factors such as your losses, your diagnosis, your treatment plan, and more. Therefore, our attorneys cannot guarantee you a specific amount of compensation until we learn more about your claim. If you take the time to speak with our legal professionals, we will help you determine how much compensation you can expect. 

What Type of Losses Do Chemical Hair Straightener Victims Experience? 

There are a variety of different losses that our clients have experienced after being diagnosed with cancer from chemical hair straighteners. A few of the most common losses and damages we have seen are: 

·       Medical bills 

·       Medical treatments 

·       Hospital stays 

·       Surgeries 

·       Medical devices 

·       Doctor visits 

·       Lost income 

·       Physical pain 

·       Mental suffering 

·       Loss of companionship 

·       Loss of quality of life 

·       Home modifications 

·       Services 

·       Physical and mental therapies 

Who Can File a Chemical Hair Straightener Lawsuit? 

Even though many women have used chemical hair straightening products around the world, not everyone can file a chemical hair straightener lawsuit. There are two main requirements that you must meet in order to successfully file a lawsuit, including the following: 

1.       You must have used chemical hair straightening products. 

2.       You must have received a medical diagnosis as a result of using chemical hair straightening products. Some of the most common diagnoses are uterine cancer, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer. 

You will need to show proof of both requirements. In this case, you may need to show receipts, medical reports, witness statements, doctor testimonies, photos, and more. 

Reach Out to Kwartler Manus Mass Tort Lawyers Today to File a Claim 

If you have recently been diagnosed with a serious medical condition and know that it is a result of chemical hair straighteners, reach out to a New Jersey personal injury lawyer at Kwartler Manus LLC today. You can fill out our contact form or call us at (267) 457-5570. Our attorneys are ready to hear your story and start working on your claim.

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