Have you been diagnosed with cancer after exposure to Roundup Weed Killer?

Multiple jury verdicts have been returned in California against Monsanto Company with regard to the weed killer Roundup Ready. Plaintiffs have claimed that the weed killer causes cancer. One jury concluded that Monsanto’s weed killer caused Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in one of the plaintiffs. Another jury concluded that a former golf course greenskeeper was entitled to a verdict based on his exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup Ready herbicide. According to a recent article by the Associated Press, there are over 13,000 plaintiffs with pending lawsuits against Monsanto across the country.

If you have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and believe it may be the result of your exposure to Roundup Ready herbicide, please contact the firm of Harrison White, P.C. so that we can discuss whether you have a potential Roundup case.

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