Overview of the Roundup Lawsuit

Roundup, a widely used weed killer, has been at the center of a major legal controversy due to its potential link to cancer. Thousands of individuals who have been exposed to Roundup are now seeking justice and compensation through lawsuits against Monsanto, the manufacturer of Roundup.
Research has indicated that prolonged exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, may increase the risk of developing certain cancers, particularly non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia.
As of March 2024, Monsanto has reached settlement agreements in nearly 100,000 Roundup lawsuits, paying approximately $11 billion. Despite these settlements, an estimated 54,000 active Roundup lawsuits remain, with many filed in state courts and over 4,000 claims pending in the MDL Roundup class action lawsuit in California.
Overview of the Roundup Lawsuit

Are You Eligible for a Roundup Lawsuit?

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a part of the World Health Organization (WHO), classified glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, as "probably carcinogenic to humans" in 2015. Numerous studies have since supported this classification, linking glyphosate exposure to an increased risk of several types of cancer. Even internal documents from Monsanto, the manufacturer of Roundup, have revealed that the company was aware of the potential dangers of glyphosate for decades.Types of Cancer Associated with Roundup:
Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Multiple Myeloma
If you or a loved one used Roundup and were later diagnosed with one of the cancers listed above, you may be eligible for significant compensation. Get a free case review today to see if you qualify for a Roundup cancer lawsuit.
You may be compensated for

You may be compensated for:

Victims of Roundup exposure who develop cancer may be entitled to various forms of compensation, including:
Punitive Damages
Loss of Quality of Life
Emotional Distress
Special Education Costs
Caregiver Costs
All Related Medical Costs
Financial Loss
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Roundup Really Cause Cancer?
While the EPA suggests that there’s no direct link, the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s stance is more in line with scientific evidence. A study from the University of Washington found that exposure to glyphosate increased an individual’s risk of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma by 41%. That is significant.
The CDC recently released findings that up to 80% of Americans may have traces of Roundup in their urine, showing they have been exposed to it. Considering that 200 million pounds of Roundup are sprayed annually on U.S. crops, it is not surprising most of the population has been exposed to it.
If you have used Roundup even once, you could be at a higher risk of cancer. See your doctor regularly to watch out for symptoms.
What symptoms should I watch for if I’ve used Roundup?
There are lots of symptoms associated with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Keep a close watch for any of the following: shortness of breath; wheezing and coughing; swelling of the lymph nodes; swelling, fluid accumulation or pain in the abdomen; sudden weight loss; fatigue; weakness; night sweats; chills or fever.
How much is my Roundup lawsuit worth?
It depends on many factors, including your medical diagnosis and prognosis, your ability to work, the costs of the treatment you need, the effect of your treatment on your quality of life, your pain and suffering and your mental anguish.
The ultimate value of your case rests on the extent of your injuries and how it affects your life. The more you can document, the better.
What do I need to prove I’ve used Roundup?
To prove your case, you’ll need to establish that you have used Roundup. Without this, you may not be eligible to file a claim.
If you used Roundup at your house, use your credit card statements, store receipts or even an empty or partially used container. If you used Roundup at work, get copies of your employment records, work orders or invoices showing Roundup purchases.
What Do I Need to Prove I’ve Developed Cancer?
Once you've proved that you have used Roundup, you then need to show that you've received a cancer diagnosis. This is where things get more complex. Not only do you need to show the cancer diagnosis, you’ll need to show a link between Roundup and cancer.
You don't have to prove conclusively that Roundup caused your cancer. Instead, proving that you used Roundup and you have cancer could be enough to get a settlement from Bayer.
Be prepared for Bayer to hit back. The company may claim you didn’t take the necessary safety precautions when using Roundup.

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