Have You Developed Cancer After Using Roundup Weed Killer?
Roundup is one of the most popular weed-killing products in the world. However, it can also pose serious health risks. Research has linked Roundup to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system.
If you’ve developed cancer and you were exposed to Roundup, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. More than 15,000 victims across the country have had success securing multimillion-dollar settlements from Roundup’s manufacturers, Bayer and Monsanto.
Find Out If You Have A Case
Contact our legal team at Ashenden & Associates, P.C., for guidance on whether you have a case. Our personal injury lawyers are not afraid to take on large, powerful corporations such as Monsanto and Bayer. We’re committed to standing up for people who have been harmed by dangerous products like Roundup.
We work with people from all walks of life who were exposed to Roundup on a long-term basis, including:
- Agricultural workers
- Avid gardeners
What You Can Expect
At Ashenden & Associates, P.C., you will find a trusted legal team with more than 50 combined years of experience handling tough personal injury cases. We’ve recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injury victims and their loved ones.
View some of our case results to get a sense of our effort and dedication in practice.
How Roundup Can Cause Cancer
The active ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, is a likely carcinogen. It not only kills weeds but also causes damage to human DNA, leading to cancer.
Onset may occur years or even decades after the exposure. The more intense your level of exposure, the higher your risk of developing cancer. Many victims spent years or decades of their lives spraying Roundup on a regular basis. However, even exposure to high levels of Roundup a handful of times may be enough to trigger cancer down the road.
The important thing is to talk with a lawyer about your situation.
Passionate About Pursuing Justice For You And Your Loved Ones
When you work with our attorneys, you can expect one-on-one attention and a thoroughgoing commitment to your case. We understand the devastating toll that cancer can take on not just your health and life but the lives of your loved ones as well. While we can’t undo the harm you have suffered, we can help you fight for compensation and accountability. And we’re passionate about doing just that.