Chemical Hair Straighteners & Uterine Cancer
New Study Links Chemical Hair Straighteners and Relaxers with Uterine Cancer
Women who used chemical hair straighteners or relaxers may be twice as likely to develop uterine cancer according to a recent study. The study was conducted by researchers at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on October 17, 2022.
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What Are Hair Straightener and Relaxer Products?
Hair relaxers are cosmetic products used to straighten curly hair and are applied to the base of the hair for a period of time. During that time, the hair “cooks,” and the protein structure of the hair alters, changing the hair from curly to straight. To keep the hair straight, users must continuously use the hair treatment every few weeks.
The chemicals in the cosmetic product straighten the curls. These chemicals attack the hair’s structure, essentially damaging it to make it straight.
Black Women are Disproportionately Affected
In the study, approximately 60% of women who self-reported using straighteners and relaxers identified as Black. The link between uterine cancer risk and straightener use is not different based on a person’s race. However, Black women may be disproportionately impacted because they are more likely to use hair straighteners and relaxers. They may also begin using these products at earlier ages than individuals of other races and ethnicities.
Many women, particularly Black women, have been using hair relaxers and straighteners for years or decades without knowing about the increased risk of developing uterine cancer.
Why Are Plaintiffs Suing Hair Straightener Manufacturers?
These lawsuits follow the release of a scientific research paper in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on October 17, 2022. This study found there may be a correlation between using hair straighteners and an increased risk of developing uterine cancer.
The study identified one of the components in hair straighteners that could be the culprit: endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs). The endocrine system controls the body’s homeostasis (balance) and hormone production. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals alter the interactions of hormones in the body. The October 2022 study found evidence that the endocrine-disrupting chemicals in hair straightener products contributed to the risk of developing uterine cancer.
The study occurred over a period of almost 11 years with close to 34,000 participants between the ages of 35 and 74. There were 378 cases of uterine cancer reported among the participants. More uterine cancer diagnoses were reported in women who used hair straightener products than in women who never used hair relaxers. This risk of uterine cancer was higher when the frequency of hair straightener product use increased.
The study concluded that 1.64 percent of women who never used hair straightener products would be diagnosed with uterine cancer by age 70. This percentage disturbingly increased to 4.05 percent in women who frequently used hair straightener products.
How an Attorney Can Help
Navigating product liability lawsuits can be challenging, especially when new information continues to come out about the possible link between uterine cancer and hair relaxers.
Rainwater, Holt & Sexton’s defective product liability attorneys have experience holding negligent product manufacturers and retailers responsible when their products cause consumers injuries.
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If you or your loved one have been diagnosed with uterine cancer after using chemical hair relaxers or straighteners, do not hesitate to contact Rainwater, Holt & Sexton. We provide potential clients with a free case evaluation so they can learn more about whether they have a valid legal claim for compensation in a no-obligation consultation.
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Understanding Head Injuries from Car Accidents
If you’ve suffered a head injury in a car accident, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle crashes were the second-leading cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in the United States. After you or someone you love suffers a head injury, it’s crucial that you understand the severity of your situation. Our team at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton is here to help you do just that. From mild concussions to severe TBIs, we’ll cover the different types of head injuries, explain the key symptoms to look out for, and help you navigate the next steps. If you’re ready to secure strong representation after your car accident, our brain injury lawyers will be your advocate. We know how devastating a head injury can be, and we’ll work tirelessly to get you the compensation and justice you deserve, so you can focus your energy on what matters most: healing.
Common Causes : Truck Sleep Apnea
Every year, there are 15 million commercial trucks on our nation’s roads. These trucks transport over 70 percent of our country’s goods and help keep our economy running smoothly. Unfortunately, however, more commercial trucks on the road means more trucking accidents. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, thousands of lives are lost each year in collisions involving commercial tractor-trailers. To combat the dangers on our roads, lawmakers in Arkansas and at the federal level are working diligently on laws aimed at reducing the number of trucking accident deaths. Despite all of our best safety efforts and regulations, commercial trucking accidents have increased by 20 percent in recent years.
Safety Tips to Prevent Truck Accidents
Across the United States, there was an increase in the number of trucking accidents in 2016. That year alone, more than 119,000 trucking accidents occurred, causing injury to numerous passenger occupants. That same year the number of fatal trucking accidents also increased to 4,213. The vast majority of trucking accidents – 62% – involved two or more vehicles, and they occurred most often on rural highways and Interstates. A fully loaded big rig can weigh up to 80,000 lbs., while the average passenger car weighs just 3,000 lbs. Due to the sheer size and weight discrepancy between large semi-trucks and passenger vehicles, these accidents are often catastrophic. Injuries are usually severe and life-threatening. Sadly, even when accident victims do recover, they are often left with some form of permanent disability or disfigurement. Due to the complexities of these accidents, trucking accident victims need a law firm on their side from the start. These accidents must be handled swiftly and efficiently to ensure that accident victims receive the money they need to put their lives back together again and pay for medical expenses now – and in the future. At Rainwater, Holt, & Sexton, our attorneys have successfully handled numerous trucking accident cases, and we have achieved favorable results for all our clients. While we realize that obtaining skilled legal representation from the moment you are injured is best, we also know that avoiding these accidents is even better.
Trailer Detachment Accidents
Common Causes of Big Truck Accidents Sharing the road with large commercial trucks can be scary. After all, a fully loaded big rig can weigh up to 80,000 pounds. These large trucks are typically carrying cargo, such as livestock, produce, or even hazardous materials. When traveling at 65 mph, a detached 60,000-pound trailer full of dangerous materials can cause catastrophic and fatal accidents. Sadly, trailers can detach from all types of vehicles, including large commercial trucks, big rigs, flatbeds, and pickup trucks. These trailers can cause a tremendous amount of damage to the vehicles around them and can result in significant injuries and fatalities. When a big rig truck is carrying hazardous materials, the injuries can be even more severe and can even affect residents who live in the community. Truck drivers are responsible for checking their trailer prior to driving. They must ensure that their trailer is secured, safe, and in working condition. Unfortunately, not all truck drivers perform these safety inspections properly. If they fail to perform the necessary and required safety checks on their vehicles, they can be held responsible for any accidents they caused. If you’ve been injured in a commercial trucking accident because of a detached trailer, we can help. At Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, our truck accident lawyers know how to handle these complex and unique cases. Call us at [rainwater_tel] to learn how we can help you during this difficult time.
Driverless Trucking & Its Impact on Car Accidents
Dozens of companies are currently testing and developing self-driving trucks. These trucks are expected to hit the road as early as 2021. TuSimple, for example, is currently deploying tractor-trailers that will drive themselves from pickup to delivery without anyone on board. Currently, their fleet of 40 autonomous trucks has been hauling goods between depots throughout Arizona and Texas. If that sounds frightening to you — you’re not alone. Self-driving trucks may be the future, but there is something terrifying about an 80,000-pound vehicle cruising down the road at 70 mph without anyone on board. While proponents of self-driving and autonomous commercial trucks say that this will make the roads safer, not everyone agrees. What happens when a truck accident occurs? Who is to blame, and how will accident victims obtain the compensation they need?
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcyclists in Arkansas face a variety of obstacles, challenges, and risks when riding on the road. However, the most common risk they face is simply being on the road with other vehicles. Did you know that other drivers are responsible for the majority of motorcycle accidents on the road? That’s right! Other drivers simply do not take the time to look for motorcyclists who may be sharing the road — and the results are disastrous. Understanding what caused your Arkansas motorcycle crash is an important part of your claim. Your attorney will need to examine and investigate your accident closely to determine why your accident occurred and who is to blame for the crash. In many situations, multiple parties can share the blame — further complicating your injury claim.
Where Do Most Motorcycle Accidents Occur?
In 2016, motorcycle accidents increased across the United States by 5.1 percent according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. These accidents ranged from minor collisions to more serious and fatal motorcycle crashes. During a collision, the motorcyclist suffers the majority of serious injuries. That is because a motorcycle does not offer the rider any protection. There are no reinforced steel cages, no seatbelts, and no airbags to protect the rider from the forces of the crash. As such, riders are 28x more likely to suffer a fatal accident than passenger car occupants. In Arkansas, a motorcycle accident can occur at any time and to anyone. However, some places just seem to be the scene of more frequent motorcycle accidents. In general, the most commonplace for motorcycle accidents in Arkansas occur at intersections.
Determining Fault in a Trucking Accident
If you’ve been injured in a trucking accident in Arkansas, your life may never be the same. Trucking accidents are serious and complex - and they’re often life-changing. Trucking accident victims often face a long road to recovery, and many are left with permanent disabilities. But, the law is on your side. Negligent truckers, trucking companies and manufacturers can - and should - be held liable for your injuries and for the damages they caused. However, determining liability in a truck accident case is not as straightforward as it might first seem. Unlike a simple traffic accident, more players are involved including the driver, the owner of the truck, the entity that leased the truck from the owner, as well as many others. Sadly, due to the sheer size and weight discrepancy between commercial trucks and passenger vehicles, these accidents are often fatal. When an 80,000-pound commercial big rig collides with a 3,000-pound passenger vehicle, the results can be deadly. Commercial accident victims and their families need an experienced and compassionate trucking accident lawyer on their side from the very start. Your lawyer can protect your rights throughout the legal process, no matter how serious the accident and injuries may be.
Arkansas Motorcycle Laws
Arkansas is home to more than 76,000 bikers. Bikers here enjoy beautiful winding scenic rides during a large portion of the year. From the Arkansas Pig Trail to the Melbourne Run, there is no shortage of fun motorcycle rides in the “Natural State.” As a motorcyclist here in Arkansas, it is important to follow the rules of the road, as well as all applicable motorcycle laws. Motorcycle laws can prevent you from suffering serious injury and harm if you are involved in an accident. Understanding and following Arkansas’ motorcycle laws is an important part of staying safe out on the open road. Adhering to the rules and laws of the road can also go a long way when seeking compensation in a potential personal injury lawsuit. Motorcyclists face an uphill battle when collecting damages because they have to overcome many unfair biases. Insurance companies may try to pin some of the blame on the rider or the other drivers may claim the motorcyclist was riding recklessly. Following the rules and laws of the state can help ensure that you are able to get the money you need to move forward in life after a serious motorcycle accident.
Common Injuries Burns
Common Injuries from Car, Motorcycle, Truck and Equipment Accidents Every year, more than 1.1 million people in the United States seek medical attention because of a burn injury. Many result from car, truck, motorcycle, and equipment accidents. Some of these burns are serious enough to cause significant disfigurement, impairment, and even death. In 2016, more than 40,000 patients who suffered a burn injury needed to be hospitalized due to their injury. Even worse, 75 percent resulted in patients seeking treatment at a burn center. Burn injuries are some of the most painful and life-changing injuries an accident victim can suffer. Injury victims may need years of extensive rehabilitation and plastic surgeries. Sadly, even with extensive treatment, many burn injury victims will not recover fully from their injuries. This can result in a lifetime of pain, suffering, and emotional distress. Due to the traumatic nature of these injuries, burn injury victims need a trusted Arkansas personal injury lawyer in their corner from the very start. Your burn injury lawyer will need to fight aggressively for your future and your right to full and complete compensation.
Common Causes of Guardrail Accidents
You probably pass guardrails every day and never give them a second thought. However, guardrails are an important safety feature on the highway. Their primary purpose is to provide a layer of protection for motorists who have drifted off of the road. When a stretch of road has a steep embankment or a drop-off, a guardrail can be the only thing protecting drivers and passengers. They’re also great at keeping motorists from running into trees, or other structures, such as bridge piers or retaining walls. Unfortunately, while guardrails are intended to protect car occupants from serious injury, they can actually become the cause of it. In fact, guardrails are often ranked as the highest source of injury and fatality collisions in fixed-object crashes. The reason for many of these injuries and fatalities is the type of treatment used at the end of the guardrail facing oncoming traffic. Some end terminals have energy absorbing properties, however, some do not.
Common Causes: Drowsy Driving Car Accidents
According to the CDC, more than a third of all adults do not get the recommended sleep they need to function properly. The results can be catastrophic when adults don’t get the recommended hours of sleep. Drowsy driving is one of the main causes of car accidents across the United States, accounting for at least 20% of all fatal crashes every single year. Even missing an hour of sleep can double your risk of getting into a crash. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, missing two or three hours of sleep increases the risk of crashing by 400%. When a drowsy driver injures you or someone you love, you need a law firm on your side with experience handling these cases. You need Rainwater, Holt & Sexton. Our Arkansas drowsy driving accident attorneys have decades of experience building - and winning - cases against drowsy drivers. Call us today to schedule a free consultation and to learn more about your legal options.
What to Do After a Rental Car Accident
You're driving along the beautiful roads of Arkansas, having a fantastic vacation. Then, out of the blue, something unexpected happens—a car accident. Suddenly, all the fun and joy vanish, leaving you overwhelmed and unsure about what to do next. Dealing with a rental car accident can be tough and confusing. Immediately after the accident, you’ll need to check that you and your passengers are safe, then document the scene and prepare to report the accident. If navigating the aftermath of a rental car accident in Arkansas sounds overwhelming, don’t worry — our Rainwater, Holt & Sexton team is here to help. We’ll walk you through the steps you should take before and after a rental car accident. Plus, we’ll help you preserve your right to compensation after an accident so that you can fully recover emotionally and financially. We have experience handling rental car accident cases across the state and strive to make it easy on you so you can focus on your recovery. We’re here to face this challenge alongside you.
Common Injuries: Whiplash
Auto, Truck, Equipment, and Workers' Comp Accidents in Little Rock and Beyond The forces of an accident can be severe and can damage the delicate muscles, ligaments, and tendons in the neck. The same can occur with trauma from a slip and fall, equipment accident, nursing home abuse, or assault. Due to the nature of these injuries, the full extent of damage is not always fully apparent right after a crash or other accident. However, in the hours and days following the accident, victims may begin to experience pain, stiffness, and numbness in their neck and extremities. Whether you feel all the effects of whiplash right away or start to experience them later, it is important to seek medical help immediately and then speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
Common Causes : Speeding
If you are involved in an accident caused by a speeding driver in Arkansas, it can be difficult to get the compensation you need to recover from your injuries and other damages. Insurance companies will often try to blame the victim for their own injuries, even if they are not at fault. Car accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and death in the United States and Arkansas. Unfortunately, excessive speeding can be a significant factor in many of these accidents. Studies have found that speeding is involved in about 30% of all fatal crashes. Sadly, many accidents would not occur if drivers followed the speed limit. If you were speeding at the time of an accident, it may complicate your ability to collect the compensation you deserve. Insurance companies will look to pin more blame on you if you were speeding, even if you did not cause the accident. That's where an experienced Arkansas car accident attorney comes in. A knowledgeable lawyer at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton can help you navigate the legal process after a car accident, fight for the compensation you deserve, and help you understand your rights and options to make the best decision for your future. If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident caused by someone else's speeding, don't wait to get help. Call us at [rainwater_tel] to discuss your case and learn more about your legal options.
Common Causes : Animal Collisions
Common Causes of Auto and Truck Accidents From the Ozark Mountains to the delta Arkansas is full of natural beauty. That’s why it is known as the “natural state.” However, this natural beauty comes with a price, and Arkansas drivers know all too well the perils of driving on rural roads in the state. After all, Arkansas is home to numerous wildlife, including white-tailed deer, coyotes, wild hogs, skunks, possums, and even black bears. Many of Arkansas’s most traveled roads cut through some of their natural habitats. As a result, drivers have an increased chance of encountering a variety of wildlife on the roads. In addition to wildlife, there are also numerous livestock farms and ranches across the state, further increasing your chance of getting into a collision with an animal. Hitting an animal on the road can cause severe damage to your vehicle and can even cause you to crash into another vehicle. If you’ve been injured in an animal collision in Arkansas, you may believe that there is nothing you can do. However, this may not be the case. At Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, our animal collision lawyers know how to handle these complex and unique cases. Call us at [rainwater_tel] to learn how we can help you during this difficult time.
Hailstorm, Tornado or Storm Damage Claims Lawyers
Filing a Hail, Tornado, or Storm Damage Claim You’ve just gone through a severe natural disaster in Arkansas and seen your home ruined by a tornado. Yet, you’ve faithfully paid your insurance premiums for years, believing that your insurance company would be your safety net during times of crisis. But when you submitted your claim for the extensive damage incurred, the insurance company rejected your claim. How can they do that? Most insurance companies step up and do the right thing when you’ve been through as disaster, but unfortunately, this story is not unique. Numerous policyholders face the harsh reality of insurance companies who refuse to handle storm damage claims promptly or ethically. When homeowners need them most, these insurers turn their backs and make the road even more difficult for families. Denied claims, lengthy delays, and inadequate compensation have become hauntingly familiar, leaving Arkansas homeowners stranded and their dreams shattered. Storms, hail, tornadoes, and severe weather events can wreak havoc on our homes and properties. Insurance policies are designed to provide financial protection in these situations. When insurance companies deny, delay, or underpay your storm damage claims, where can you turn for help? At Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, our storm damage attorneys are here to help you rebuild your life after a tornado, hail, or severe weather event. We know that some insurance companies don’t play fair. When they do, we fight back and stand up for homeowners throughout Arkansas and Tennessee. Contact us at [rainwater_tel] to learn how we can help you.
Chemical Hair Relaxers
New Study Links Chemical Hair Straighteners and Relaxers with Uterine Cancer Women who used chemical hair straighteners or relaxers may be twice as likely to develop uterine cancer according to a recent study. The study was conducted by researchers at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on October 17, 2022. Get Help From Our Chemical Hair Straightener Injury Lawyers If you or a loved one developed cancer after frequently using chemical hair straighteners, we are here to help. There are strict deadlines to file an injury claim, so don’t wait to get the help you need. Our defective product lawyers are ready to talk to you about your case. Contact our legal staff now for a free case evaluation
Camp Lejeune Drinking Water Contamination
If you or someone you know were exposed to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune between the years of 1953 and 1987, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Contact the lawyers at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton for a free case consultation by calling [rainwater_tel] or by completing our online consultation form.
Exactech® Connexion Hip Implant Liner Lawsuit
Exactech® Connexion Hip Implant Liner Lawsuit Defective Product Attorney Suffered from complications from an Exactech Hip Implant liner? Exactech has issued a recall of some of its hip replacements due to possible wear in the hip liner. If you have received a recall notice or letter from your doctor about possible revision surgery…call today, you could be entitled to compensation. Some individuals who underwent total hip replacement surgery have suffered injuries, setbacks, or will require revision surgery due to a possible faulty Exactech Connextion GXL Hip Liner. If you underwent total hip replacement surgery and have suffered an injury, setback, or required revision surgery due to a faulty Exactech Connexion GXL Hip Liner, contact one of our attorneys today. At Rainwater, Holt & Sexton, we have more than 20 years of experience with defective medical device lawsuits and cases. Our team of personal injury lawyers is ready to help you get the compensation you deserve if you or a loved one were harmed by a hip implant. Call (800) 434-4800 or fill out our online form to arrange for your free and confidential Exactech Hip Liner case evaluation. CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
Philips CPAP Machine
Philips CPAP Lawsuit Arkansas and Tennessee Injury Law Firm Millions of Americans utilize CPAP, Bi-Level PAP, and other breathing assistance machines to help treat sleep apnea. However, reports indicate that these machines may actually be harming those who use them by releasing dangerous toxins and particles. If inhaled or ingested while users are using the machine to sleep, these toxins can potentially cause problematic health side effects such as: Respiratory Failure Liver Disease Kidney Disease Lung, Kidney, Liver, Colon, and other cancers Heart Attack, Heart Failure, or Stroke If you’ve been diagnosed by a doctor with any of the conditions above after using a Philips CPAP or BiPAP machine, filing a lawsuit might be your best chance to hold Philips accountable for reportedly exposing you to unnecessary risk and injury. Contact our expert attorneys immediately if you or a loved one were affected by these defective sleep apnea machines. The defective products attorneys at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton have been assisting patients who were diagnosed with particular health problems after using the toxic Philips CPAP Machine. To review all of your legal options and determine if you are eligible to file a claim, it is important to call our law firm immediately at (800) 434-4800 or fill out our confidential contact form for a FREE initial consultation. CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
Elmiron® Eye Damage Lawsuit Arkansas and Tennessee Drug Injury Law Firm Were You or Someone You Loved Diagnosed with Maculopathy After Taking Elmiron®? If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with Macular degeneration after using the drug Elmiron®, also called pentosan polysulfate sodium (PPS), we can help you seek justice and fight to collect the compensation you deserve. Our law firm is actively investigating and pursuing claims on behalf of patients across the country. If you qualify, we can help you file a class-action lawsuit against those responsible for your pain and suffering. The defective products attorneys at Rainwater, Holt & Sexton have been assisting patients who were diagnosed with maculopathy after taking Elmiron®, a treatment for painful bladder syndrome (interstitial cystitis) that was believed to be safe since the ’90s. To review all of your legal options and determine if you are eligible to file a claim, it is important to call our law firm immediately at (800) 434-4800 or fill out our confidential contact form for a FREE initial consultation. CONTACT US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
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Airbag Injury Lawyer in Arkansas & Tennessee When you are involved in a car accident, you trust that your vehicle’s protective devices will help you avoid injury. Unfortunately, sometimes the devices that are supposed to offer us protection actually result in significant personal injury. When a car’s airbag deploys during an accident, it does so at a very high speed. It is hot and covered in chemicals that help it deploy quickly. This can result in serious airbag injury to the driver and passengers, whether it’s an auto accident or big rig truck accident. Airbags can cause significant injuries that may even result in permanent disability and impairment. If you or your loved one are injured by airbag deployment, you need an experienced Arkansas car accident lawyer fighting for you and your rights to compensation. Without a personal injury attorney on your side, you may not recover the money you need to pay all of your expenses. You may also have have a case if your airbags do not deploy.