May 15, 2019
Source: Internal Release
If you or a loved one has developed cancer after working with Roundup you may be eligible for a Roundup cancer claim against the manufacture, Monsanto. For years many homeowners, landscapers and farmers used roundup to kill weeds. However, in 2015 the World Health Organization’s International Agency for research on cancer determined that glyphosate based herbicides such as Roundup are carcinogens. Exposure to this product or having direct contact with this product may cause cancer such as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia. The manufacture of Roundup, Monsanto has been found to have participated in fraudulent and falsified roundup cancer studies. Many critics have indicated that Monsanto intentionally concealed information to mislead the public.
Americans who have been diagnosed with cancer possibly linked to the use of Roundup are filing claims against the manufacture. During the most recent trial which took place in San Francisco, a jury awarded a husband and wife over $2 billion in damages against Monsanto. There are currently thousands of other claims across the country. As individuals are learning of the Roundup cancer connection between the use of Roundup and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, more and more people are coming forward with the cancer lawsuits daily.
The attorneys at Benson & Bingham understand the very serious nature of Roundup cancer claims. We are currently working with national council to represent Nevadans who have been exposed to Roundup and have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer contact us today as time is running out. We will provide you with a no-cost, no obligation case review. Our team of attorneys can evaluate your potential claim and discuss your legal options.
Established in 2003, Benson & Bingham is a Nevada accident, injury and workers' compensation law firm with four law offices in the State: Downtown Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson and Reno. Benson & Bingham believes client satisfaction is paramount, maintaining this practice from initial consultation until verdict or settlement of the case.