How To Join The Hair Relaxer and Hair Straighter Lawsuit
How to File a Hair Relaxer and Hair Straightener Lawsuit
Find out what steps to take and who to contact in order to file a mass tort claim to join the ongoing hair relaxer or hair straightener lawsuit. Customers that used certain chemical treatments and developed uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, endometriosis or reproductive problems can pursue legal actions to recover money for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more.
Hair Relaxer and Hair Straightener Lawsuit Criteria
In order to file a hair relaxer and hair straightener lawsuit, you must:
Have used a product from a brand currently under investigation
Been diagnosed with uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, endometriosis or reproductive problems
Received medical care and/or treatment related to the illness or condition
For help with how to file a hair relaxer and hair straightener lawsuit, please call 1-866-434-0014 for a FREE consultation with mass tort attorney Brit Mitchell. Our firm will review your potential claim, help determine your eligibility, and file your lawsuit for compensation today.
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Why Are People Filing Hair Relaxer Lawsuits?
Hair relaxers have been a popular hair care product for decades, used to straighten and relax curly or frizzy hair. However, in recent years, there have been a number of lawsuits filed against manufacturers of hair relaxers, alleging that the products cause cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after using a hair relaxer, it's important to understand your legal rights and options.
Hair relaxers contain chemicals such as sodium hydroxide (lye), which can cause serious injuries such as hair loss, scalp burns, and chemical burns if used improperly. Research provided by the Journal of National Cancer Institute suggests a possible link between the use of hair relaxers and an increased risk of certain types of cancer, such as breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
The use of hair relaxers has been associated with a higher risk of certain types of cancer. The National Institute of Health recently published a study that determined that black women bay be more effected by the chemicals associated with higher uterine cancer, which includes, sodium hydroxide (lye), which can cause chemical burns and damage to the scalp. This damage can lead to an increased risk of cancer.
To file a hair relaxer cancer lawsuit, the first step is to consult with an attorney who specializes in product liability cases. The attorney will review your case and determine if you have a valid claim. If your case has merit, the attorney will gather evidence and build a case against the manufacturer of the hair relaxer.
The attorney will also work with medical experts to establish a link between the use of the hair relaxer and the development of cancer. They will also gather evidence to show that the manufacturer knew or should have known about the risks associated with their product and failed to warn consumers.
Which Products Are Considered Cancer Causing?
Dark and Lovely
Strength of Nature Global, LLC
It's also important to note that hair relaxers are not regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration, and there is currently no conclusive evidence linking hair relaxers to cancer. However, if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after using a hair relaxer, it's important to seek legal help as soon as possible. An attorney can help you navigate the legal process and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Do I Have To Be Diagnosed With Cancer To Seek Compensation?
No, customers that utilized these chemical products don't have to have been diagnosed with cancer in order to have a claim for compensation. Potential plaintiffs can have a valid claim if they also developed endometriosis or suffered from uterine fibroids after using the product.
How Do I Prove The Hair Product Caused My Injuries?
In order to prove that the hair relaxer caused your cancer, it's important to provide evidence of your use of the product and your cancer diagnosis. You should keep any hair relaxer products you used, as well as any packaging and instructions. You should also keep a record of any medical treatment you received for cancer, including any diagnostic tests and treatments. No matter what evidence you have, or don't have, it is important to speak with a legal professional regarding your experience and medical complications.
What Does If Cost To File A Claim?
It is free to join the hair relaxer and hair straightener lawsuit. Attorneys fees are paid on a contingency fee basis. This payment structure allows clients to access legal help without having to pay costly fees upfront, making it much more attainable than traditional methods of attorney services.
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