Johnson & Johnson’s recall of sunscreens that contained dangerous levels of benzene only scratches the surface, according to lawyers who are preparing for more lawsuits and more recalls.

On July 14, Johnson & Johnson announced it voluntarily recalled five product lines, all aerosol spray sunscreens under the Aveeno and Neutrogena brands, citing internal testing that identified low levels of benzene, a known carcinogen, in some samples. At least nine lawsuits have been filed against Johnson & Johnson and other sunscreen manufacturers, including the makers of the popular Banana Boat product.

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