If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer linked
to Roundup use, it’s crucial to act quickly. Time limits, known as statutes of limitations, apply to Roundup cancer injury lawsuits, making it essential to seek legal counsel as soon as possible.
Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case eligibility and explore your legal options. We have been working on Roundup Cancer Cases for over 7 years and have unfortunately worked with thousands of people that suffered from a roundup weed killer injury and over 77% have already been compensated for exposure to Roundup.
Complete the 2 minute Roundup Cancer Survey on the right and one of our highly trained legal representatives will call you back immediately to assess your eligibility.
Although studies dating back to the 1980s raised concerns about Roundup weed killer’s ingredients, nothing was done until about 8 years ago. Bayer will remove Glyphosate from residential Roundup beginning in 2023, but we are still left with a formula that many researchers say is harmful. The courts are listening. At its core, Roundup’s formula
is dangerous, and it is fueling current lawsuits. Although Bayer has already paid billions of dollars to settle most of the older claims, victims continue to come forward and significant settlements are being awarded to them.
Understanding Roundup Cancer Injury
- You (or a loved one) were diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, B-Cell Lymphoma,T-Cell Lymphoma, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL), Hairy Cell Lymphoma.
- You (or a loved one) used Roundup at your residence at least 10 times
- You (or a loved one) used Roundup as part of your (or a loved one’s) occupation
- You (or a loved one) used Roundup for agricultural purposes