Recent Roundup Lawsuits In The U.S.

Across the country, more than 1,100 people have filed lawsuits against Monsanto, the maker of the weed-killer Roundup. The lawsuits assert that exposure to this toxic product caused non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a type of cancer. These cancer victims and their families hope to hold Monsanto accountable for its failure to warn the public of the potential dangers associated with glyphosate, the main chemical in Roundup.

Likewise, The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham also cares about combating the corporate giant Monsanto on behalf of innocent individuals and families who have suffered harm. From our offices in Salisbury, North Carolina, we are available to represent clients nationwide. Feel free to call us at 888-698-9975 to speak with our lawyers about your particular situation and your legal options.

We believe that anyone who developed cancer as a result of Roundup exposure deserves full and fair compensation. Our attorneys are passionate about fighting for the money and medical care our clients need.

Monsanto Knew About The Dangers For Decades

According to records that have come to light in the recent lawsuits against Monsanto , the company has been aware of the link between Roundup exposure and cancer for more than three decades.

In all that time, however, the company has never yet admitted that its product is unsafe for humans. It's done quite the opposite. Some evidence indicates that Monsanto actually falsified data and intentionally mislead consumers, making it seem like Roundup was perfectly harmless – contrary to scientific studies.

Who May Have A Claim?

Anyone who has regularly come into contact with Roundup and has suffered serious health problems as a result may have a valid claim. People who are often exposed to this weed killer include:

  • Farmers and farm employees
  • Gardeners
  • Landscapers
  • Employees of garden centers and plant nurseries
  • Golf course workers

Learn more about the litigation surrounding Roundup and similar products. Call The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham at 888-698-9975 or contact our lawyers online. The first consultation is absolutely free.