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Roundup Lawsuit Information and Case Evaluation
Roundup Lawsuit FAQ
What is Roundup?
Roundup is a non-selective herbicide used to kill vegitation that competes with crops. Glysophate is the active ingrediate in Roundup that prohibits thye growth of the plants it targets.
Is Roundup linked to cancer?
Monsanto has known about the link between Roundup and cancer for years. IARC, widely considered the gold standard in the field of cancer research, analyzed all published, peer-reviewed data to come to this conclusion. Per the report, the cancer most associated with glyphosate exposure is non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
How do i know my cancer came from Roundup?
According to a study performed in 2008, exposure of 10 or more days using Roundup, in a year, may increase someone's risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma by 200%.
What types of cancer are linked to Roundup?
The cancers below are only those thought to be most commonly caused by Roundup:
How do I get started with my Roundup lawsuit?
You can use the link above to take Langston & Lott, PLLC's Roundup Case Evaluation. After answering a few short questions, you will find out if you meet the criteria we currently have for accepting new Roundup lawsuit clients. If you qualify, you will be provided a link with the documents we need to verify and file a claim on your behalf. You can execute these documents online from any smart phone or computer and get your case started within minutes!
Who can file a lawsuit for cancer caused by Roundup?
Anyone diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), or any of its various subtypes, after using Roundup for their job or who used Roundup extensively around their property (i.e. home and garden use) should consider consulting an attorney about filing a claim.
In July 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a specialized intergovernmental agency of the World Health Organization (WHO), issued a final health assessment of glyphosate — the active chemical in Monsanto Company’s Roundup® herbicide — determining that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic to humans.” IARC specifically linked exposure to Roundup® to non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), including its various subtypes
Numerous lawsuits have been filed by individuals who were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or one of its sub-types after being exposed to Roundup®. These clients were exposed to Roundup® in crop fields, commercial nurseries, landscaping, at home, and other places. Prior to IARC’s July 2015 evaluation of glyphosate, none of them were, or could have been, aware that exposure to glyphosate and Roundup® could cause serious illnesses.
If you or a loved one developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or one of its sub-types after being exposed to Roundup®, call Langston and Lott, PLLC today to speak with an experienced attorney or complete our online case evaluation by following the link above and let our law firm get to work for you.