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Roundup® Lawsuit Attorneys in South Carolina

Are you a landscaper or agricultural worker who uses Roundup® at work and have developed cancer? You should be aware that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Roundup manufacturer, Monsanto. Roundup has been the most used herbicide in home and commercial settings throughout the United States for decades. Many Americans have inadvertently exposed themselves to the Roundup cancer risk at no fault of their own, believing the product was safe.

In 2015, The World Health Organization reported that the main ingredient in Roundup®, glyphosate, is a “probable” carcinogen. Prolonged use of Roundup had been linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and leukemia.

If you or a loved one has suffered from a cancer diagnosis following exposure to Roundup, you may be eligible to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit. We want to help you recover damages caused by the product and manufacturer, Monsanto. Our attorneys can help you prove that Monsanto failed to warn that their product, contains a likely carcinogen. There is also speculation that Monsanto officials have likely known of the Roundup cancer connection, but hid the truth from the public.

Who Can Make A Claim?

Wondering if you should pursue a Roundup claim? The more you’re exposed to Roundup weed killer, the more this probable carcinogen can raise your cancer risk. It’s likely that Roundup caused your cancer if you have worked as a:

 

  • Farmer
  • Gardener
  • Landscaper
  • Agriculture worker

What Compensation Can I Recover in a Roundup Lawsuit?

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with glyphosate cancer, you need to talk to an attorney. If you experienced cancer as a result of Roundup, we may be able to seek the following damages for you:

 

  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Punitive damages

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South Carolina Attorneys Helping Those Harmed by Roundup®

We’ll hold the manufacturer accountable for the damages their dangerous product has caused – and make sure you get full compensation. Call Ryan Montgomery Attorney at Law in Columbia or Greenville for a no-obligation claim evaluation.