You can join more than 18,000 people who have filed product liability lawsuits against Bayer, owner of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide after they were diagnosed with cancer from exposure to the weed killer.
When you file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit—or any products liability claim—against a manufacturer, distributor, or seller of a product that has caused you harm, your burden as the plaintiff, is to prove the following:
You will need to prove that you used or were exposed to the herbicide and provide medical proof that you have been diagnosed with cancer.
The legal team at Zanes Law will do everything from A to Z, from gathering this type of evidence to build your case to handling every aspect of your case, so you can focus on your recovery. Call us today for a free case review: (833) 214-0917.
With regard to the idea that Roundup to which you were exposed was defective when it was sold and that your cancer was caused by the weed killer, the pieces of evidence to support these arguments are presented in the discovery and pretrial proceedings of the multidistrict litigation case (MDL No. 2741) where all pending products liability cases against Monsanto have been consolidated for the purpose of sharing such procedures.
Specifically, Monsanto has always asserted that the “defect” (the glyphosate ingredient) in its Roundup herbicide is actually not a defect because, as the company claims, glyphosate is not carcinogenic. As such, the defendants claim, the product cannot be the cause of the plaintiffs’ cancer.
However, mounds of scientific research have proved Monsanto’s claims to be untrue.
People across a variety of jobs and careers who used Roundup in a broad range of settings for an equally diverse set of purposes have been filing lawsuits against Monsanto for their glyphosate-based cancer.
Among the jobs most commonly associated with Roundup-caused cancer are the jobs where workers are most heavily and frequently exposed to the chemical. For example:
However, other parties might also be at risk. One of the first three Roundup product liability cases against Monsanto was filed—and eventually won—by a California homeowner who used the weed killer to maintain his personal, private lawn and garden.
If you were exposed to Roundup or another glyphosate-based herbicide and have since developed cancer, Zanes Law will do everything from A to Z to get you the compensation you deserve. If you want to file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit, call us today at (833) 214-0917 for a free case review.