Our law firm is seeking compensation for individuals that developed an illness after using Roundup or exposure to Roundup. Specifically, if you think your sickness is related to using Roundup, seek immediate medical treatment. As a result, you may want to file a Roundup Weed Killer lawsuit.
Product liability lawyers are filing Roundup claims against Roundup’s parent company, Monsanto. Recently, a plaintiff sued Monsanto Roundup and was awarded $2 billion at trial. Many of the current Monsanto lawsuits allege that Monsanto Roundup Weed Killer knew for more than 30 years that Roundup weed killer causes cancer and that glyphosate causes cancer.
Illnesses That May Be Cause By Roundup Weed Killer
- B Cell or T Cell non-Hodgkins Lyphoma
- Follicular Lyphoma
- Hairy Cell Leukemia
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
- Mantle Cell Lymphoma
- Large B-cell Lyphoma
World Heath Organization Findings
The World Health Organization has reported that glyphosate (a common ingredient found in Roundup) is probably carcinogenic. Nevertheless, Monsanto never warned its Roundup Weed Killer consumers of the dangers associated with exposure to Monsanto Roundup. Monsanto Roundup made the intentional decision to withhold information from the public. Roundup Weed Killer failed to warn consumers. Disgustingly, Monsanto Roundup marketed its product as “non-toxic” to humans, pets, birds, and fish. As a result, the long term health consequences related to Roundup Weed Killer exposure remain unknown.
Other Weed Killer Lawsuits
Other plaintiffs claim that Monsanto Roundup created fake research data. These plaintiffs attacked legitimate studies and exposed the dangers of Roundup. One Roundup plaintiff won a $2 billion trial award by proving that Monsanto Roundup was misleading consumers. The plaintiffs alleged that Monsanto Roundup even mislead government agencies, agriculture workers, and consumers. Roundup claimed that Roundup was a safe product. False. Some plaintiffs even allege that Monsanto Roundup colluded with the Environmental Protection Agency because Roundup and the EPA contested the link between Roundup and cancer. As a result of the EPA’s compliant finding, other consumers became sick and died.
Frequently Asked Questions
What consumers are most at risk?
- Nursery Employees
- Agricultural Laborers
- Forestry Workers
- Outdoor Property Managers
- Golf Course Green keepers
What are common signs of non-Hodgkin lymphoma?
- Enlarged lymph nodes
- Abdominal pain
- Chest pain
- Weight loss
- Chronic fatigue
- Skin rash
- Loss of appetite
- Headaches and migraines
- Chest pressure
- Shortness of breath
- Swollen belly
What is glyphosate?
Glyphosate is an herbicide that kills broadleaf plants and grasses. Glyphosate is an active ingredient used to make Monsanto Roundup.
How can I be exposed to glyphosate?
Glyphosate exposure can occur when glyphosate contacts your skin, eyes, or becomes ingested. For example, if you eat or smoke a product without washing your hands, you may ingest glyphosate. Additionally, you may have been exposed if you touched a plant that is wet with glyphosate spray.
Studies show, within 30 minutes of a glyphosate contacting your skin, glyphosate can be detected in your urine. Additionally, we are unaware of how many different types of encounters humans can have with glyphosate. As a result, you may develop an illness due to glyphosate exposure.
Is glyphosate linked to cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma?
The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer has reported that glyphosate is probably carcinogenic. A committee of scientists made this discovery. Nevertheless, Glyphosate may cause cancer and other illness. The World Health Organization’s finding is important because the EPA and Monsanto Roundup claim that Roundup is non-toxic. Monsanto Roundup claims that Roundup is safe for consumers to use. As a result, consumers continue to use Roundup. By failing to warn our consumers, Monsanto Roundup never gave consumers the choice to decide to avoid its cancerous product.
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