Were you diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma? Call our lawyers today!
Your time to recover for your non-Hodgkin lymphoma may almost be up –
you must act now! The WHO (World Health Organization) released its findings
on July 29, 2015 that the herbicide glyphosate is a probably carcinogen
for humans. Glyphosate / Roundup have been linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
For Nebraska farmers diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma more than four
(4) years ago,
the time to file your case to recover for your cancer may expire on July
29, 2016 or sooner. You must contact a lawyer immediately before time runs out.
Some states have a one year of discovery rule – which means Monsanto
could argue some of you knew or should have known of the link between
Roundup and your Cancer as of July 29, 2015. If your state has a one year
discovery rule your claims could be forever barred on July 29, 2016 or
sooner. For those of you diagnosed within the past four (4) years your
claim may expire on the fourth (4th) anniversary of your diagnosis. This
means depending upon your exact date of diagnosis your ability to recover
could be expiring today. Contact us now to find out more.
We’ve seen this coming for a long time. Our lead attorney, Dave Domina,
grew up on a farm. He understands the agriculture industry, and says that
these claims against Monsanto have not been an “if” but rather
a “when.” A number of lawsuits have been filed recently against
Monsanto, alleging that its weed killer product
Roundup, specifically its main ingredient
glyphosate, can cause cancer.
Were you diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or another type of cancer
due to Roundup exposure?
Call to assess your potential financial recovery!
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What is glyphosate?
Glyphosate is a type of herbicide. It is the main ingredient in various
types of weed killers, and is the main component of Monsanto’s Roundup
product. The World Health Organization has designated glyphosate as probably
cancer-causing to humans.
Who is at risk for Roundup weed killer exposure?
Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer product is used by many farmers and
landscapers, however, it is also used by homeowners. Anyone who used the
Roundup product is potentially at risk, particularly those who sustained
frequent or prolonged exposure to the product.
What type(s) of cancer does Roundup supposedly cause?
The lawsuits that have been filed against Monsanto thus far claim that
non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), a specific type of cancer that originates in the lymphatic system. Common
symptoms include swollen lymph nodes, fever, and stomach or chest pain.
Can I file a lawsuit against Monsanto?
The best way to find out if you have a claim against Monsanto over Roundup
exposure is to consult with an experienced attorney. Domina Law Group’s
lawyers are strong advocates for those in agriculture, as well as other
Nebraskans, as evidenced by their work on cases such as Syngenta GMO corn
lawsuits and the TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline case. Contact our firm
to learn your legal rights and options if you think you might have a case
Does the weed killer Roundup definitely cause cancer?
Monsanto’s Roundup contains a chemical known as glyphosate, which
the World Health Organization has classified as
probably carcinogenic to humans.
Dave Domina Holds Informational Meeting
Download a Roundup/Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Info Packet
Domina Law Group has put together an informational sheet for farmers and
others in agriculture who may have claims against Monsanto over Roundup.
Access your copy here.
Contacting Domina Law Group
The injury lawyers at Domina Law Group fight for those in agriculture as
well as others who have been seriously injured by dangerous products.
We have a history of working with farmers and producers facing all kinds
of agricultural issues. In fact, we have worked with tens of thousands
of farmers over the years in cases such as Syngenta corn lawsuits, TransCanada’s
Keystone XL pipeline, and the case Pickett v. Tyson Fresh Meats –
a class action for a national class of live cattle sellers alleging improper
purchase practices by the nation’s largest meat company.
Learn more about Monsanto lawsuits or contact our lawyers directly at (888) 387-4134.
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