What Proof Do I Need To Be Eligible for A Roundup Claim or Lawsuit?

You may have seen the many news stories about settlements, trials, and lawsuits regarding the herbicide Roundup. People who use Roundup for work or at home are more likely to develop certain kinds of cancer, such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

You may be eligible for a Roundup claim if you meet certain conditions. You may also contact a law firm who accepts these kinds of cases for a free, no-obligation case review. A mass tort product liability lawyer will pursue compensation on your behalf if you qualify.

Roundup Claims and the Link to Cancer

Roundup is the most widely used herbicide in the world. The key ingredient in Roundup[2] is glyphosate, an herbicide used by commercial, industrial, agricultural, and residential consumers. In 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that glyphosate was a carcinogen (causes cancer). A new study released in 2019 by the University of Washington revealed that people exposed to Roundup have a 41 percent greater risk of getting cancer than people who are not exposed to the herbicide.

You may be eligible for a Roundup claim if:

  • You or a family member was diagnosed with cancer such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma, or leukemia.
  • You or the diagnosed have a history of using Roundup at home or at work.
  • Your claim is filed within your state's deadline for such lawsuits.

Our nationwide law firm would be happy to answer your questions about qualifying for a Roundup claim. Please click here or call 888-311-8292.

Certain Cancers Are Linked to Exposure to Roundup

Research studies show that people who are exposed to Roundup are more likely to develop certain types of cancer. The most common cancers linked to Roundup exposure are non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and leukemia. However, if you or a family member used Roundup and have been diagnosed with a different form of cancer, you may still be eligible for a claim.

Your Environment May Expose You to Roundup

You may not necessarily have had to use Roundup personally to be exposed to its carcinogen. For example, if you live in a community that is regularly sprayed with Roundup and you are diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, you might be eligible for a Roundup claim.

Do Not Let the Clock Run Out for a Potential Claim

Most states have a statute of limitations for Roundup claims and lawsuits. If you or a loved one received a cancer diagnosis after exposure to Roundup, you have a limited amount of time to pursue potential compensation. We can tell you if you are within your state's statutes of limitations.

You Deserve to Know if You Are Eligible for Compensation

The maker of Roundup, Monsanto, vehemently denies the growing evidence of the weed killer's link to cancer. However, recent trials show that juries understand the increased risk of cancer to people who use Roundup.

You may be eligible for a Roundup claim and seek damages for such expenses as:

  • Medical bills including chemotherapy and other cancer treatment
  • Lost wages
  • Disability
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Mental anguish

Recent Plaintiff Victories in Roundup Claims

In March of 2019, a jury in San Francisco awarded the plaintiff $80 million in damages based on his claim that Roundup gave him non-Hodgkin lymphoma. In another case, a former school groundskeeper with terminal cancer was awarded $78 million in damages.

We cannot guarantee that you will recover damages either in an insurance claim or lawsuit. However, if you are eligible to seek damages, Tosi Law LLP will devote our staff and resources to get you the compensation you may be eligible to receive.

Roundup Exposure

People who are regularly exposed to Roundup typically work in agriculture, landscaping, and related industries. However, anyone who uses a herbicide with glyphosate is at risk. Even casual use of Roundup could increase your risk of certain kinds of cancer.

Roundup is sold in hardware stores and gardening centers. You do not need any special training to use it. Roundup comes in either liquid or granular form.

Typically, people are exposed to Roundup by:

  • Breathing in mist, vapor, or granular dust while preparing or applying.
  • Absorbing through the skin while using or by touching plants that are still wet with spray.
  • Ingesting through the nose or mouth, usually due to improper hand washing after use.

You May Be Eligible for a Roundup Claim

You or a family member could be eligible for a Roundup claim. Tosi Law LLP will pursue compensation on your behalf for damages such as medical bills and pain and suffering. For more information, please call 888-311-8292.

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