Your initial consultation with one of the Minneapolis talcum powder attorneys at GoldenbergLaw provides an opportunity for us to review your case and gather pertinent information that will be essential for securing your compensation. This first meeting also gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about how talcum powder lawsuits work and to familiarize yourself with our dedicated legal team.
To help ensure your initial consultation serves all intended purposes, it is best to come prepared. Please take a moment to review the suggestions below in preparation for your consultation. Should you need additional information or have any questions during this process, please do not hesitate to contact us online or to call 612-436-5026 and speak directly with a representative from our office.
What Should I Bring?
While some personal information will be collected over the phone prior to your initial consultation, we will need supporting documents and additional information to be successful in handling your talcum powder case. Items you should bring to this first meeting include:
- Records of your medical history
- Medical records detailing your diagnosis
- Pathology reports
Medical records, including your family history, are important for building your case, but pathology reports are absolutely essential. Talc fibers take years to disintegrate once embedded in tissue. The presence of these fibers is often missed by pathologists.
In addition to medical records and reports, we encourage you to make a list of questions prior to your consultation. Writing your questions down helps ensure you are getting all of the information you need to feel secure in your decision to work with our Minneapolis talcum powder attorneys. We will work hard to answer your questions and foster an honest and open relationship with you regarding the details of your individual case.
If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and suspect talcum powder played a roll, please contact GoldenbergLaw to schedule a free consultation with one of our defective product attorneys today. Appointments can also be scheduled at our Minneapolis office by calling 612-436-5026.