If You Have Been Diagnosed with Cancer & Have Used Hair Straightening Products, You May be Entitled to Significant Compensation
• Hair straighteners and relaxers made by L’Oreal and other brands have been linked to higher risk of uterine cancer and other health issues
• Estimated hair relaxer cancer settlements range from $100,000 to $1,500,000 depending on the case
• TIME IS LIMITED - Complete the form TODAY to see if you qualify for possible compensation
Estimated hair relaxer cancer settlements range from $100,000 to $1,500,000 depending on the case
2022 NIH Study finds that chemical straighteners and relaxers from L’Oreal and others significantly increase the risk of developing cancer
In February 2023, a Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) was established for hair relaxer lawsuits nationwide.
Hundreds of cases are already under review with with more expected soon, but time is limited.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and have used hair straightener products, don’t wait! See if you qualify today.
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If you have cancer and used chemical hair straighteners, you deserve justice. Complete the form TODAY to make sure you have the best chance to get the compensation you deserve.
Our team will call you as soon as possible, usually within 15 minutes, to discuss your options and collect information needed to get the settlement you deserve. This is completely free with no obligations.
Your attorney will fight for you to receive the best possible compensation. There are no up-front costs to you. Your attorney will only get paid when a settlement is won for your case.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Chicago days after a study from the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Safety (NIEHS) found that hair-straightening products may significantly increase the risk of uterine cancer among frequent users.
UTERINE CANCER ACCOUNTS FOR ABOUT 3% OF ALL NEW CANCER CASES
Uterine cancer is the most common female reproductive system cancer, with 65,950 estimated new cases in 2022.
RESEARCHERS FOUND CHEMICAL EXPOSURE AS THE KEY FACTOR
Some common ingredients of hair straighteners such as parabens, bisphenol A, heavy metals, and formaldehyde may contribute to the elevated risk of uterine cancer.
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