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Have You Ever Used RoundUp & Were Subsequently Diagnosed With Lymphoma Or Leukemia?
If you or a loved one used RoundUp for extended periods and are now suffering from Lymphoma or Leukemia, you can seek justice and compensation.
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Join Nearly 100,000 Individuals Suing RoundUp In The Multi-Billion Dollar Lawsuit
Bayer (which purchased Monsanto, the maker of RoundUp) reached a settlement with most plaintiffs for around $11 billion. Some victims have already received their settlement checks, and if you haven’t filed a claim, used RoundUp, and subsequently developed a form of Lymphoma or Leukemia, you may be entitled to compensation.
Our legal team is dedicated to helping RoundUp victims file claims. Those who typically use RoundUp and are the most at risk for developing Lymphoma or Leukemia include:
- Agricultural workers
- Groundskeepers / Greenskeppers
- Nursery workers
If you were diagnosed with any of the following, after using RoundUp (which has the active ingredient Glyphosate) for extended periods — you may be eligible to file a claim:
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
- Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma, noncleaved
- Small Lymphocytic Leukemia (SLL)
- B-Cell Lymphoma
- Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma
- Follicular Lymphoma
- Hairy Cell Leukemia (HCL)
- Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL)
- Marginal Zone Lymphoma
- T-Cell Lymphoma
- Burkitt Lymphoma
- Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma (Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia)
- Mycosis Fungoides
- Primary Central Nervous System lymphoma
If you or a loved one used RoundUp and were diagnosed with a form of Lymphoma or Leukemia — contact our RoundUp attorneys for a free case review. See if you’re entitled to compensation.
Do You Qualify For A RoundUp Lawsuit?
Although settlement has been reached in close to 100,000 RoundUp lawsuits — there are still new RoundUp claims being filed regularly. Our RoundUp attorneys want to help that affected file a claim and seek justice.
You may be entitled to compensation and file a RoundUp lawsuit if:
- You were exposed to RoundUp after 1990.
- You used RoundUp for at least two years.
- You used RoundUp in a residential or job setting.
- You were diagnosed with a form of Leukemia or Lymphoma.
- A loved one has passed away, the date of death must be within the last 10 years.
In agricultural use, there have been a number of states found to include Glyphosate.
FAQs about the Ongoing Roundup Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Lawsuit
Are you one of the many people who’ve been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and are wondering if you have grounds to sue Roundup manufacturer Bayer (OTCMKTS: BAYRY) / Monsanto? If so, there are numerous factors you should consider when evaluating your claim, including what kind of Roundup exposure you had, how long you were exposed to the product, and whether or not Roundup was the sole cause of your cancer diagnosis. The following questions will help illuminate some common concerns that people have when determining if they have grounds to file a lawsuit against Bayer / Monsanto.
Who Is At Fault For Roundup Links To Cancer?
Roundup was originally conceived and developed by Monsanto, which was then bought and absorbed by Bayer in 2018. Bayer became responsible for all Monsanto’s legal disputes, including those about Roundup.
Who Has Been Affected?
What Are The Expected Roundup Lawsuit Settlements & Awards?
It all depends on your case and situation. Roundup Multi-District Litigation (MDL) and other illness-related lawsuits against Bayer/Monsanto require measurable injuries caused by the product. For the most part, the Roundup MDL surrounds those who used Roundup and were subsequently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, as well as other forms of Lymphoma.
In Roundup lawsuits, the settlement payout can be around $5,000 to north of $200,000. Again, if you qualify for a Roundup claim, your settlement can be more or less than that value.
Plaintiffs won the first three Roundup lawsuits with significant verdicts:
- Johnson v. Monsanto (2018), the plaintiff was awarded $289.2 million
- Hardeman v. Monsanto (2019), the plaintiff was awarded $80.2 million
- Pilliod v. Monsanto (2019), Monsanto / Bayer settled for $2.055 billion.
Does Roundup With Glyphosate Cause Cancer?
One such study, the result of the findings of which caused the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to affirm the properties of chemical agents which may cause cancer and assessed Roundup to be genotoxic, suggested that, based on data, exposure to glyphosate can lead to DNA damage and strand breaks which, as one article mentioned, is an important precursor to cancer.
Moreover, glyphosate herbicide studies have shown that glyphosate exposure may induce oxidative stress, which is thought to play a role in developing many diseases, including cancer, autism, and Parkinson’s disease. A study conducted by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) found that glyphosate may induce oxidative stress. Cancer may be caused in part by this mechanism.
On top of DNA damage and oxidative stress, some scientists believe that Roundup’s effects on the digestive system may play a part in their links to various serious health conditions. Specifically, they suggest that the way that Roundup kills weeds may be how it also disrupts the bacteria in the human gut. When people are exposed to Roundup, it leads to a chronic inflammatory state in the gut, as well as an impaired gut barrier, which can lead to a higher risk of cancer and other health problems.
Did Roundup Cause My Cancer? How Do I Know?
What Other Health Issues Can Roundup Herbicide & Glyphosate Cause?
The ongoing Roundup lawsuit surrounds those who were exposed to toxic Roundup and developed Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL). However, there are various other side effects Roundup can cause:
- Chronic Lymphocytic Lymphoma (CLL)
- Other forms of Lymphoma
- Respiratory illnesses
- Other cancers
- Reproductive health issues
- Leaky gut syndrome
- Heart disease
Why Is Roundup More Dangerous Than Glyphosate?
What Is The Roundup Lawsuit Alleging Bayer / Monsanto Of?
For years, Monsanto / Bayer has insisted that Roundup is safe to use. However, multiple studies have shown evidence that links Roundup to a multitude of serious health problems, including cancer. Even Monsanto’s / Bayer’s own studies show that its Roundup herbicide, along with its active ingredient, glyphosate, are not as safe as the company claims.
In 2015, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer classified the active ingredient in Roundup (glyphosate) as a probable human carcinogen, based on its research. They also said that glyphosate most commonly leads to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
With the Roundup cancer litigation, Monsanto / Bayer is being held responsible for not warning the public about the risk of cancer caused by Roundup exposure. Although Monsanto / Bayer has known for decades that Roundup can cause cancer, the company has continued to market its product as safe, placing profits above human safety.
How Can I File A Roundup Settlement Claim?
Our legal partners represent a wide range of individuals who were diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma after using Roundup. Most of our clients are those who used Roundup to spray their property or farm. We also represent members of these occupational groups: government workers, farmers, agricultural workers, gardeners, landscapers, and more.
What damages claimants pursue and receive in a lawsuit against Roundup varies based on their individual situation and the legal standards in the court where their case is filed. Common damages include:
- Medical Expenses
- Lost Wages or Income
- Reduced Earning Capacity
- Personal Injury
- Pain and Suffering
- Wrongful Death (if a loved one passed away from NHL due to Roundup exposure)
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