We adamantly believe that those facing the fallout of exposure to the dangerous substances Roundup has chosen to use in their products deserve justice, and as a national Monsanto Roundup lawsuit attorney group, we can help you do just that. Our dedicated staff is well-versed in all of the recent litigations surrounding Round-up, including a $289 million payout awarded to a San Francisco resident who was exposed to the product. In this case, the groundskeeper in question developed Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and successfully argued that Monsanto did not do enough to warn consumers about the potential dangers their products may pose.
To understand the full scope of this issue, it’s important to note how widely used the chemicals found within Roundup are in the modern agricultural industry. They are routinely sprayed on crops across the country and are also extensively used in gardens, orchards, nurseries, and even private residences. The products produced in these settings ultimately find their way into the homes of Americans all over the country. This is an issue that has the potential to affect us all.
We have a storied legacy of pursuing justice for our clients guided by the foundational principle that all of us are entitled to a higher standard of safety when it comes to the products we utilize and consume on a daily basis. If you feel that you’ve been adversely affected as a direct result of exposure to Monsanto Roundup, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us to discuss your options. We’re always ready and willing to help.
For years now, Roundup has been linked to numerous adverse health conditions, and recently, world organizations have been warning against repeated exposure to glyphosate, the chemical component found within the product.
In fact, the Argentinian Federation of Health Professionals recently released a statement disclosing several additional risks carried by the chemical stating that “glyphosate not only causes cancer. It is also associated with increased spontaneous abortions, birth defects, skin diseases, and respiratory and neurological disease.”
New allegations point to the possibility that Monsanto may have been aware of these and other potential health hazards associated with their product lineup as far back as the 1980s. The company was the first to synthesize glyphosate, ultimately going on to patent its use in their herbicide products. While these chemical solutions were predominantly marketed to farmers and other agriculture industry workers, many of them have been commonly used in a household setting as well.
Over the last several years, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has released several new studies regarding the potent