Who Can File A Roundup Weed Killer Cancer Lawsuit?
- Zanes Law Web Team
- September 30, 2019
- Roundup Weed Killer
You may be able to file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit if you have a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis and had regular exposure to glyphosate-based herbicide. 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 we can 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.
The Roundup Weed Killer Cancer Lawsuits Center Around Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Most of the people filing lawsuits related to Roundup 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 may include:
- Those who have a current non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis and are undergoing treatment
- Those who have a current non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis and do not currently require treatment
- Those who previously received treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
- Those who lost an immediate family member to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
If you fall into one of these categories and wonder if your cancer may have some connection to weed killer use, reach out to Zanes Law today. We will evaluate your case for free and help you understand your rights.
Most Plaintiffs Suffered Glyphosate Exposure While Working
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:
- Farmers who applied the herbicide to their fields
- Landscapers who applied Roundup on lawns and other areas
- Other agricultural workers who worked in and around the chemical
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.
Filing a Wrongful Death Roundup Weed Killer Cancer Lawsuit
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 your spouse, parent, or child passed away following a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis, your family may be eligible to take legal action. 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 could allow you to recover some of the financial expenses and losses your family suffered while also making Roundup and Monsanto pay for their bad behavior.
Take Action Today: Call Zanes Law About Your Case
At Zanes Law, we have team members standing by to talk to you about your case right now. Your free consultation and sign-up can all be done in one call, or a member of our team can meet you at your home or the hospital. If you have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or lost a family member to this blood cancer and believe Roundup exposure may be to blame, we are here to help.
We want to discuss your case with you, and we will explain your rights and your legal options. If you want to file a Roundup weed killer cancer lawsuit, you can reach a member of our team immediately by calling (866) 499-8989.
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