What You Should Know About the Roundup Lawsuits
Roundup is a best-selling herbicide developed by Monsanto several decades ago. Extended exposure is linked to certain forms of cancer including forms of leukemia, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and others.
Plaintiffs in numerous pending lawsuits have alleged documents expose that Monsanto created fake data and attacked legitimate studies about the herbicide's harmful effects. These attorneys claim Monsanto has known for more than 30 years about this link to deadly diseases yet decided not to warn the public, going as far as marketing it as non-toxic to humans and animals.
Who is most at risk? Roundup is used and regularly handled by workers such as farm laborers and landscapers. There is also the potential for Roundup concentrations in agricultural workplaces, food and drinking water.
Impacted by Roundup? You May Be Entitled to Compensation.
In 2018, Jurors in California ordered Monsanto to pay $289.2 million to a dying school groundskeeper DeWayne Johnson
Just before that trial began, a judge cleared the way for hundreds of federal cases to move forward by ruling that experts could testify about Roundup’s link to cancer.
More than 18,400 people have filed suit against Monsanto Company since then.
It's important to seek counsel if you or a family member have had extensive exposure to Roundup and been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or any form of leukemia. Some reports also indicate this active ingredient could lead to the development of other types of cancer. People most at risk include farm workers, garden center employees, nursery employees, golf course caregivers and landscapers.
The Roach Law Office is seeking Roundup settlements and filing Roundup lawsuits for those injured or killed from the harmful product.
Roundup is used and regularly handled by workers such as farm laborers and landscapers. There is also the potential for Roundup concentrations in agricultural workplaces, food and drinking water. The active ingredient is glyphosate. Recently, the Agency for Research on Cancer determined that there could be a link between extended exposure to glyphosate and cancer.
Plaintiffs in numerous pending lawsuits have alleged that extensive exposure to Roundup can cause non-Hodgkin lymphoma and forms of leukemia. Attorneys further allege that Monsanto knew of this link between Roundup and cancer, and the resulting danger to the public, for years, but failed to warn individuals that could be potentially exposed.
Contact the Roach Law Office to Discuss Your Claim.
At the Roach Law Office, we are committed to holding product manufacturers responsible when their products put people in danger.
If you or a family member has suffered an injury from Roundup exposure, you may be entitled to compensation.
Contact the Roach Law Office to speak with an experienced attorney free of charge. We will help you understand the settlement and lawsuit process and assess any claims that you may have. Call today for a free consultation (866) 519-0085