Are you facing a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or some other form of cancer?
Have you regularly used the commercial weed killer Roundup to spray your lawn or garden? Are you a landscaper or agricultural worker who uses Roundup to care for a garden center, farm, nursery, golf course or park?
Are you experiencing abdominal swelling, anemia, persistent chest pain, cough or fever, significant weight loss and swollen lymph nodes?
If you have had exposure to Roundup, a chemical herbicide, you should be aware that lawsuits have been filed against its manufacturer, Monsanto. The World Health Organization’s 2015 report from the International Agency for Research identified the main ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, as a potential carcinogen. According to the IARC’s investigation, lab mice exposed to the chemical experienced damage to their DNA – which can lead to deadly cancer.
Roundup, a colorless, odorless weed killer, rose in use because it kills weeds without damaging plants and crops. It is used on hundreds of crops, and sold in over 160 countries. Consuming food or water contaminated with glyphosate or inhaling the spray may increase your risk.
If you’ve used Roundup and have developed cancer, leukemia, multiple myeloma or non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma within the last ten years, you may have a case. Our team of experienced attorneys and professionals at Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. are ready to hear the facts and provide you with legal advice. We have over twenty years’ experience in resolving personal injury cases, with over $400,000,000 recovered for our clients.
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