Monsanto Roundup® herbicide lawsuits claim the active ingredient glyphosate can cause Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Contact us today to get started with your free case evaluation for a Monsanto Roundup® herbicide lawsuit.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated Monsanto Roundup® weed killer as a probable human carcinogen. Farmers, farm workers, gardeners, landscapers and others who used Roundup® are at a higher risk for developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other forms of cancer.
Monsanto® has denied claims that Roundup® causes cancer ever since Roundup® first entered the market in the 1970s. They insisted that Roundup® is safe and even released an advertisement noting that Roundup® is “safer than table salt.”
However, internal Monsanto® emails now show that Monsanto® has known for several decades that Roundup® (glyphosate) causes cancer. Rather than Monsanto® informing consumers about the glyphosate cancer risk, they buried the risks as Roundup® sales continued to surge.
In March 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) examined the published research on Roundup® cancer links and came to the conclusion that the herbicide is “probably carcinogenic to humans.” The IARC further concluded that the cancer most associated with exposure to Roundup® is non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Furious by Monsanto’s® dishonesty, more than 40,000 victims have made the decision to file a Roundup® lawsuit alleging exposure to Roundup® causes cancer. Contact us now for a free case review if you or a loved one were diagnosed with cancer after using Roundup®.
A jury ordered chemical giant Monsanto® to pay $289 million Friday to a school groundskeeper who got terminal cancer after using Roundup®. The Superior Court jury deliberated for two and a half days before finding that Dewayne Johnson’s non-Hodgkin lymphoma was at least partly due to using glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Roundup®. Johnson regularly used glyphosate to spray fields while working as a groundskeeper.
As of now, there is no recall on Roundup® as a result of its link to cancer.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer after using Roundup®, you deserve justice. Fill out the form above or click the button below to speak with a trusted professional about how much compensation you can expect for your injuries.
However, there is a statute of limitations. After enough time passes, even if you have a cancer diagnosis you will NOT be able to make a claim. That’s why it’s imperative to fill out the form above and speak to a professional right now!
Learn more about the Roundup® cancer lawsuit with some of our FAQ’s. If you have been diagnosed with cancer after using Roundup®, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Time is limited. Submit your information for a free case review.
Glyphosate is the active ingredient in weed killers that cause cancer.
As defined by the EPA, Glyphosate is a widely used herbicide that controls broadleaf weeds and grasses. It has been registered as a pesticide in the U.S. since 1974.
Yes. It doesn’t matter which state you live in. If you were diagnosed with cancer after using Roundup® you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today to get started with your free case review.
Certain states have time limits for filing a Roundup® cancer lawsuit. However, the majority of individuals who were injured by Roundup® will fall within those time limits if they get representation in the near future. Contact us today to get started with your free case review.