Numerous countries and public health professionals warn that Roundup causes cancer in individuals who use the herbicide for gardening, lawn care, or farming. Roundup, still, is the most popular herbicide in use around the world.
At Zaner Harden Law, we believe that individuals who were diagnosed with cancer after applying Roundup in their yard or as part of their occupation for prolonged use of time may be eligible to file a claim against Monsanto. It as our mission to pursue justice for you and your family.
By filing a claim, our Roundup attorneys will work to secure compensation for families harmed both physically and mentally by the weed killer.
Glyphosate, a key component of Roundup is illegal in many countries around the world. Even with recent lawsuits, it has remained legal in the United States; however, certain cities have banned the use of Roundup. For example, in Colorado, it is banned in Boulder, and limited in Durango.
Glyphosate has been linked to a number of health issues, including non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other hematopoietic cancers, ADHD, Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism, Birth Defects, various forms of cancer, Celiac Disease, Colitis, Heart Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome, Kidney Disease, Liver Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease.
The product, Roundup, is extremely common in homes and farms, not only nationwide, but around the world. The use of this product has resulted in numerous people being exposed to it and its harmful ingredients, including glyphosate, since coming to market in the 1970’s.
Exposure can occur in several ways:
Generally, anyone in all areas of the country, including suburbs, farms, rural areas, and cities, may have been exposed to Roundup, glyphosate, and their health-related risks.
If you or a loved one has been exposed to Roundup, either through a home garden, lawn, or occupational use, and has later been diagnosed with multiple myeloma, leukemia, or non-Hodgkin lymphoma is within your right to make a claim.
Thousands of people are speaking out and making claims against Monsanto, and their voices are being heard.
The first step in filing a claim is to see your doctor and get the diagnosis on record. With medical evidence and records of diagnosis and/or treatment, a thought-out case can be made.
At Zaner Harden Law, our team of attorneys has specific experience with Roundup Weed Killer complication cases. To schedule a private, free consultation with one of our attorneys, please contact our office today.