Humphrey, Farrington and McClain filed the first lawsuit against the manufacturer of the popular hair straightening product, Brazilian Blowout. This groundbreaking lawsuit brings claims for individuals who developed cancer after they were exposed to Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution.
Women who were exposed to hair straightening products including Brazilian Blowout may have been placed at risk of ovarian, uterine, leukemia or other cancers. Humphrey, Farrington and McClain is currently investigating this issue and other popular hair straightening products including:
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You may be entitled to compensation if you or a loved one developed ovarian or uterine cancer or have a child who developed leukemia after being exposed to hair straightening products including Brazilian Blowout. If you think you may have a case, please contact us today for a free consultation. Call (816) 835-5050 or email us at BrazilianBlowout@hfmlegal.com
Humphrey, Farrington & McClain has a national reputation for representing individuals who were injured after exposure to toxic products. HFM has an extensive track record pioneering litigation in toxic exposure cases including diacetyl, trichloroethylene, tobacco and asbestos. HFM has recovered over 1.5 billion dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured individuals. Unlike other firms, HFM takes these cases to court to get justice for injured individuals.
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Brazilian Blowout and other straightening products are used to smooth and straighten hair. They contain a range of carcinogens and endocrine disrupting compounds including formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is known to cause cancer. Studies have demonstrated that exposure to hair straighteners, including Brazilian Blowout, can cause uterine, ovarian and other cancers. Studies have also shown that maternal exposure to hair straighteners during pregnancy and while breastfeeding can cause leukemia in children. This risk is heightened for hair stylists who frequently applied the straightening solution to their client and to their children who were exposed in utero or while breastfeeding.
For many years, Brazilian Blowout marked their product as “Formaldehyde-Free.” In truth, when heated, these products contained formaldehyde in unsafe levels. As a result, individuals may have been exposed to formaldehyde even if they were using a product labeled “Formaldehyde-Free.”
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Please contact Mr. Kingsbury immediately for a free consultation if you believe that you have been injured as the result of exposure to toxic chemicals.