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Hair Relaxer
Cancer Victims:

You Could Qualify For A
Big Cash Settlement

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The Painful Truth About Chemical Hair Relaxers

Women who have used chemical hair relaxers may have been exposed to cancer-causing chemicals… for decades.

Due to dangerous chemicals in specific hair relaxers, many innocent women in the African American and Latina communities have been diagnosed with deadly ailments, including:

If you or a loved one suffered from some of these complications after using a Chemical Hair Relaxer . . . you may qualify for a cash settlement.

Why are Chemical Hair Relaxer Lawsuits Being Filed?
In October 2022, a groundbreaking study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) determined several popular chemical hair relaxers were linked to uterine cancer.
Since 2011, several other studies also have linked chemicals in these hair products to many cancers.
Manufacturers now face claims that they failed to warn women about the cancer risks associated with exposure to these chemicals – some not even listed in the ingredients.
Some dangerous chemicals include:
  • Phthalates: linked to endometrial cancer
  • Bisphenol (BPA): detected in cancer cells
  • Parabens: linked to uterine fibroid tumors
  • Diethanolamine: considered a carcinogenic
  • Formaldehyde: classified as a carcinogen
  • Metals: many metals are considered carcinogens
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with the cancers or aliments listed above, contact us today.

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What Can Hair Relaxer Cancer Victims Do?
Victims of who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and uterine cancer should consider speaking to a legal advocate about compensation for their injuries because manufacturers:

If you or a loved one has suffered from these Chemical Hair Relaxers, contact us today.

WHY ARE SETTLEMENT OFFERS EXPECTED FOR HAIR RELAXER CANCER VICTIMS?
Attorneys believe a settlement may be achieved for cancer victims exposed to Chemical Hair Relaxers for the following reasons:

But when settlements are made, law firms have little time to add more plaintiffs.

That’s because firms traditionally agree not to pursue more clients after a settlement agreement.

Hence, time is of the essence.

Chemical Hair Relaxers Under Investigation For Failing To Warn About Carcinogens

SoftSheen-Carson

BANTU

Cream of Nature

PLEX

Just for Me

Just for Me

SoftSheen-Carson

Dark and Lovely

FABU-LAXER

Fabu-laxer

SoftSheen-Carson

Optimum

Revlon

Realistic Creme Conditioner

Soft & Beautiful

Soft & Beautiful

TCB

No Base Creme Hair Relaver

Chemical Hair Relaxers Under Investigation For Failing To Warn About Carcinogens

SoftSheen-Carson

BANTU

Cream of Nature

PLEX

Just for Me

Just for Me

SoftSheen-Carson

Dark and Lovely

SoftSheen-Carson

Optimum

FABU-LAXER

Fabu-laxer

Revlon

Realistic Creme Conditioner

Soft & Beautiful

Soft & Beautiful

TCB

No Base Creme Hair Relaver

CLAIMS AVAILABLE FOR HAIR RELAXER CANCER VICTIMS
If your or your loved one suffered from complications after using a Chemical Hair Relaxer at least 5 times per year, you could be eligible for a cash settlement for the following claims:

FAILURE TO WARN

Allegations include failure to adequately warn about safety risks and the life-threatening cancers associated with Chemical Hair Relaxers sold by these companies.

PAIN AND SUFFERING

You could receive compensation if it is determined these companies breached its responsibility to warn about life-threatening side effects. Chemical Hair Relaxer manufacturers have a responsibility to provide safe products and disclose hidden dangers.

MEDICAL EXPENSES

Medical expenses, including past, present and future, are often included in settlements. Get help today from an advocate since these companies failed to warn their product could cost you thousands in life-saving treatments.

WRONGFUL DEATH

Chemical Hair Relaxers may cause life-threatening illnesses. If your loved one could not survive the complications caused by their products, you could pursue a wrongful death action. Although we cannot bring your loved ones back, we are here to provide some level of justice.

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