Is Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer carcinogenic? Many think so.
If you live in Nebraska, chances are, you either grew up on or near a farm,
are a farmer yourself, or know someone who farms. Such close ties to the
farming industry means you are probably familiar with agri-chemical giant
Monsanto, or at least some of its products. One of its products, the herbicide
Roundup, has been the subject of heavy scrutiny of late. Many say that exposure
to the weed killer causes cancer. The alleged carcinogenic characteristic
of Roundup has prompted many to file lawsuits against Monsanto.
Were you diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or another type of cancer
due to Roundup exposure?
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These lawsuits aren’t consigned to Nebraska alone. In fact, the latest
lawsuit was filed last week in Delaware’s Superior Court. Last month,
some were filed in New York and California. The lawsuits allege that although
Monsanto knew that
glyphosate, Roundup’s main ingredient, posed a hazard to human health, they
continued to not only manufacture and sell the product, but participated
in a pattern of deceit to convince the world that the product was safe.
“I grew up on the farm,” recalls
Attorney Dave Domina. “My entire family farms and I have devoted a significant portion
of my professional life to fighting for those in agriculture. It has not
been a matter of ‘if’ but rather ‘when’ Monsanto
will be held responsible for injuries and cancers related to glyphosate
In March, the World Health Organization released new information about
glyphosate. It was enough evidence to classify the chemical as
Monsanto continues to maintain that not only is the World Health Organization’s
estimation of the chemical incorrect, it says that glyphosate is one of
the safest pesticides in existence.
This is not the first time Monsanto has come under fire for its products.
The company is reportedly still fighting past claims alleging that the
company knowingly manufactured carcinogens – polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).
Could you have a Roundup lawsuit? Contact Domina Law Group for a review!
Many lawsuits against Monsanto claim that its Roundup product is harmful
to human health and has the potential to cause cancer, specifically
non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Farm workers predominantly use the Roundup weed killer product, but others
such as landscapers and homeowners who also used the product could have
been exposed to harmful levels of glyphosate.
If you used Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer product and were diagnosed
with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, we invite you to contact the Nebraska trial
attorneys at Domina Law Group today. Our firm has a history of fighting
for Nebraskans and for those in the agricultural industry throughout the
nation, as seen in our work on the
TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline case,
Pickett v. Tyson Fresh Meats, and the
Syngenta GMO Corn lawsuits, to name a few examples.
Call us today at (888) 387-4134 for a consultation!
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.
If you have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma
the time to file your case to recover for your cancer may expire on July 29, 2016. You must contact a lawyer today before time runs out.
Some states have a one year of discovery rule – which means Monsanto
will argue 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.