Domina Law Group was featured in Lymphoma News Today regarding the firm’s
investigation into cases of farmers who developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma,
potentially in connection to glyphosate exposure.
Lymphoma News Today released an article today featuring Domina Law Group’s investigation
into cases of farmers who developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma after exposure
to the herbicide glyphosate. Glyphosate is the main ingredient in
Monsanto’s weed killer product Roundup.
On July 29, 2015, The World Health Organization placed glyphosate on its
list of substances that are “probably carcinogenic to humans,”
but the chemical is still found in agricultural, industrial, and household
products throughout the United States.
The article details Domina’s position that the demographic perhaps
most at risk for glyphosate exposure is farm workers who may have experienced
dermal exposure or exposure by inhalation.
“Claims against Monsanto for ‘Farmer’s Cancer’
have been many years in the making,” said Domina. “It has
not been a matter of if, but rather when.”
Because of the July 29, 2015 announcement, the time Nebraska farmers have
to file their case to recover for cancer may expire on July 29, 2016 or
sooner. If you were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and 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
years, your claim may expire on the fourth anniversary of your diagnosis.
Were you diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or another type of cancer
due to Roundup exposure?
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