You may be able to file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit if you have a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer diagnosis and have had regular exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides. The Zanes Law team can review your case for free and go to work building a strong case to prove a link between your cancer and the Monsanto weed killer.
We can file a claim and attempt to reach an out-of-court settlement or pursue legal action by filing a Roundup cancer lawsuit on your behalf.
Our mass tort attorneys can help you join MDL 2741, the multidistrict litigation against Roundup manufacturer Monsanto and parent company Bayer AG that is currently underway.
Monsanto first released Roundup in the mid-70s, but it wasn’t until 1996 that sales started to take off. This was due to the company’s new strategy of marketing genetically modified seeds that were resistant to the active ingredient in the herbicide, glyphosate.
This allowed the chemical compound to be used on and around crops, flowers, and ornamental plants without killing them. As a result, plants could continue to thrive while unwanted weeds and other invasive vegetation were eliminated.
In 2018, German pharmaceutical giant Bayer bought Monsanto along with all their problems associated with Roundup and emerging legal issues. The popular weed killer has come under scrutiny in recent years due to its potential links to cancer.
The safety of glyphosate is actively being questioned by members of the scientific and medical communities. Though the results of current studies are conflicted, research from the University of Washington indicated that glyphosate use raises the probability of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma by 41%.
This compelling argument along with a statement by the World Health Organization indicating that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic to humans,” has prompted thousands of Roundup lawsuits around the nation.
To initiate a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit against Bayer, you’ll first need to prove that you have been harmed. Evidence of a cancer diagnosis is crucial for participation in a cancer Roundup lawsuit. You’ll also need to provide sufficient evidence of your usage of the product and the existence of a causal relationship.
Some examples of evidence that can be used to prove Roundup use are:
This potentially dangerous product may have found widespread application across a variety of sectors. Here are some examples of companies and workers who may have been exposed to glyphosate products:
It is also necessary to speak to a personal injury lawyer with experience handling these types of claims. Several legal avenues may be pursued, and a lawyer can help you decide which is right for you and your situation.
Most of the people filing lawsuits related to the popular weed killer have a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis or a diagnosis of a related condition. In addition, they sustained regular exposure to Roundup weed killer or glyphosate-based herbicides, usually at work. Plaintiffs in Roundup lawsuits may include:
There are other types of cancers that may fall into this category, and those who have received a diagnosis of the following may also be eligible to make a claim. Subtypes of Non- Hodgkins Lymphoma include:
If you fall into one of these categories and are wondering if your cancer may be connected to Monsanto Roundup and its active ingredient Glyphosate, contact Zanes Law today. We will evaluate your case for free and explain your options for pursuing financial compensation.
While some plaintiffs filing Roundup weed killer lawsuits only applied the herbicide to their own lawns, most of those looking to hold the company liable had ongoing exposure to high levels of glyphosate as a part of their job. This includes:
If you have ever used a glyphosate-based herbicide and later got a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, reach out to us today. We can verify your exposure to glyphosate and may be able to link it to your diagnosis.
If we believe you are eligible to file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit, we will request copies of your relevant medical records and take other steps to build a case on your behalf.
When caught early, there are effective treatments that can help patients with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma reach long-term remission. However, it is still a deadly type of blood cancer, and some people do pass away from this type of lymphoma.
If you lost a loved one following a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, your family can file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit.
If we can link your loved one’s diagnosis with their exposure to Roundup, we may be able to pursue compensation for your family. This may help you and your family get compensated for the harm done by Monsanto, as well as cover the costs of medical care and lost income.
If you have a cancer diagnosis and believe it to be caused by exposure to Roundup weed killer, you can join the thousands who are now demanding compensation from the company.
Many farmers and residents of rural areas have developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and they are pursuing legal action against Bayer/Monsanto for negligence.
It’s worth fighting for if you or someone you care about has used Roundup and developed Non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. If you want to file a Roundup cancer claim, contact our legal team immediately.
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