Monsanto Roundup Lawyers – Class Action Lawsuits
A weed killer commonly known as Roundup® has been declared a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization. Thousands of cases link Monsanto's Roundup to people who were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and other types of cancer.
If you or someone you know developed cancer and you suspect Roundup weed killer could be to blame, call our Roundup lawsuit lawyers today for a free consultation—we're available 24/7.
Your right to file a claim could end at any time, so it's important to act quickly. Find out if you qualify for compensation: Contact us at 1-866-227-6508.
Roundup Linked Cancer – Risk Factors
Roundup contains a chemical called glyphosate. Studies have found that exposure to glyphosate is associated with an increased risk of cancer diagnoses. Lawsuits claim that Monsanto, Roundup's manufacturer, has known about the link between Roundup weed killer and cancer for more than 30 years. The lawsuits allege that the company decided not to warn the public about Roundup's risks and marketed the product as safe.
Roundup class action lawsuits have already been filed, and the first claim to go to trial involved a school groundskeeper diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The court determined that glyphosate played a crucial part in his illness and awarded him a $289 million verdict.
Recently, a California jury awarded $2 billion to a couple after ruling that they developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma due to using Roundup.
Types of Cancers Linked to Roundup Weed Killer
There isn't merely one link between glyphosate and any singular cancer—there could be many. Below are some of the more common cancers that have been linked to Roundup:
- Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL)
- Anaplastic Large T-Cell Lymphoma
- Follicular B-Cell Lymphoma
- Mediastinal B-Cell Lymphoma
- Large B-Cell NHL
- Mantle Cell Lymphoma
- High Grade Mature B-Cell Lymphoma
- Hairy Cell Lymphoma
- Acute T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma
- Thymic Lymphoma
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Other cancers could be linked to Roundup and glyphosate, so don't hesitate to call our team of Roundup cancer lawyers if you have questions. We're available for free, no obligation legal consultations at 1-866-227-6508.
What is Glyphosate?
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, is a chemical compound that is often used to kill weeds while promoting plant growth and ripening.
Roundup is the most-used herbicide in American agriculture and gardening, with close to 200 million pounds used around the world each year.
Roundup Cancer Symptoms & Exposure Side Effects
In addition to cancer, exposure to glyphosate can cause a number of side effects and symptoms. These include:
- Stomach pain
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Chest pain and coughing
- Persistent fatigue
- Many others
Be sure to contact your doctor if you experience these symptoms after using Roundup.
If you believe your cancer was caused by Roundup, we urge you to call our law firm to discuss your legal options. Companies and manufacturers have attorneys on their side, and you deserve to have one on yours.
Common Ways You Could Have Been Exposed to Roundup
Many people in the U.S. have likely been exposed to Roundup one way or another. Those who are at risk for developing cancer from glyphosate exposure include:
- Gardeners (professional and home gardeners)
- Herbicide applicators
- Agricultural workers
If you used Roundup as part of your job or during home gardening and suspect it may be linked to your cancer diagnosis, don't hesitate to contact our glyphosate exposure lawyers at 1-866-227-6508. We can answer all of your legal questions about Roundup claims and Roundup class action lawsuits.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit
A wrongful death lawsuit is a lawsuit that is filed on behalf of someone who died, usually by a close relative. For example, in 2015, farmer Jack McCall died due to complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. His widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Roundup's manufacturer on his behalf, claiming that Roundup exposure led to her husband's cancer.
If you know someone who used Roundup and may have died as a result, you could have a case. We understand that no amount of money can make up for the loss of your loved one, but our firm is committed to fighting for as much justice as possible.
Were you or someone you care about diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma? If so, did you periodically use Roundup, a common weed killer, as part of your job or for home gardening? Roundup contains a chemical called glyphosate, which some studies show causes cancer.
If you develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. For a free consultation, call Edgar Snyder & Associates today. Talk with us for free.
Were You or a Loved One Diagnosed with Cancer Linked to Roundup?
Think You Have a Case Against Monsanto Roundup?
If you believe that your cancer was caused by Roundup, contact our team of Monsanto Roundup attorneys. There is no obligation to use our services and your legal consultation is completely free. We will ask you questions, gather information, and explain your options.
How Much Will It Cost to File a Claim?
It won't cost you anything. We operate on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don't pay us anything unless and until we win your claim.
Fighting for the money you deserve is our job at Edgar Snyder & Associates. When you decide to hire us, we will get to work right away and start collecting evidence to build your case. Remember, there is never a fee unless we get money for you.
Proving Your Case
We have decades of experience fighting for our clients' rights. We have the knowledge and resources needed to build the strongest case possible.
More than 13,000 people have filed suit against Monsanto alleging that exposure to Roundup caused them or their loved ones to develop non-Hodgkin's lymphoma or another cancer. Cases are still being filed right now, but the ability to file a suit could end at any time. Time is of the essence, so give us a call today at 1-866-227-6508.
(U.S. Right to Know Monsanto Papers)
(Disclaimer: Litigation may involve co-counsel)