Monsanto RoundUp Cancer Lawsuit

If you were diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma, B-Cell Lymphoma, Leukemia, or another cancer and were exposed to RoundUp on a farm, working as a landscaper, while working in a nursery or gardening center, you may qualify to file a claim.

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MyRoundUpCase.com — Monsanto RoundUp Cancer Lawsuit

Documents just released to the public indicate that Monsanto, makers of the weed killer RoundUp, knew that it caused cancer but covered it up.

If you were diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma, B-Cell Lymphoma, Leukemia, or another cancer because of RoundUp exposure MyRoundUpCase.com lawyers will help make them pay. Call 866-293-5752 now to schedule a free consultation or click the button below to get started get pre-qualified for a RoundUp cancer lawsuit.

Monsanto RoundUp & Cancer: The Cover Up

RoundUp is owned and manufactured by Monsanto Co, one of six large pesticide and herbicide manufacturers in the United States. For decades, Monsanto marketed Roundup as safe. Thanks to documents made public in 2017 during one of the first cancer victim lawsuits against Monsanto, now we know the truth. The EPA changed the classification of RoundUp’s main ingredient in 1989, basing its decision on “third party” research and scientific reviews. Changing its classification made it available for use on crops made for human consumption. It turns out most of those studies were funded or created by Monsanto or another pesticide manufacturer.

Since then millions of people across the country have ingested RoundUp’s main ingredient and probable carcinogen glyphosate either by eating food contaminated with it, by skin absorption from exposure during farming and gardening, or by drinking contaminated groundwater.

In March of 2015, The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a study labeling the active ingredient in RoundUp as a likely carcinogen. This real third party study concluded that given the development of lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Leukemia, and other types of cancer in rats and mice after exposure to glyphosate, the chemical herbicide  probably causes cancer. Until the documents revealing Monsanto’s coverup were revealed in 2017, people simply accepted the EPA’s opposing view that it was safe.

People at Highest Risk of Developing Cancer from RoundUp

  • Farmers
  • Farm Hands
  • Horticulturists
  • Crop Growers
  • Gardeners
  • Landscapers
  • People Living Near Farms
  • Nursery & Plant Store Employees

If you were diagnosed with cancer and were exposed to RoundUp on a farm, working as a landscaper, while working in a nursery or gardening center, you may qualify to file a claim. Contact a Roundup lawyer today, consultations are free.

Do I Have a RoundUp Case?

Get started online to see if you have grounds to file a lawsuit.

How Much Will My RoundUp Case Cost?

Qualified plaintiffs pay no upfront legal fees for filing a claim against Monsanto with Baron & Budd law firm. During your free case evaluation and pre-qualification, we will determine the fee structure taken from any future lawsuit settlements, class actions, or trial verdict awards.

RoundUp Settlements & Class Action Lawsuits

Monsanto has not settled any private lawsuits, nor have any claims been consolidated into a class action. Currently there are more than 50 active claims against Monsanto from cancer victims and their families, many in California courts.

The number of RoundUp lawsuits filed by cancer victims is expected to grow tremendously over the coming weeks and months, as more people find out the truth.

Where Can I File My Round Up Case?

Baron & Budd is a nationwide law firm handling lawsuits against Monsanto RoundUp in every state. We come to you anywhere in the country, and we have offices across the United States. Get started online now to see if you qualify for a claim.