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Monsanto RoundUp

Our attorneys will assist you in seeking a settlement

 Monsanto has known for more than 30 years of the link between the use of Roundup and various types of  cancer. However, the company intentionally made the decision not to warn the public.

A great majority of the Monsanto Roundup lawsuits claim the company failed to warn users of the its key ingredient Glyphosate’s connections to increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma and various other forms of cancer.

According to an NCBI study Glyphosate exposure raised the risk of developing these cancers by as much as 30 to 60 percent:

  • Bladder cancer
  • Colon cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Rectum cancer

Wondering if you should pursue a RoundUp Claim?

Individuals are exposed to glyphosate from breathing it while spraying, mixing or cleanup, or through drinking water or eating food contaminated with it. If you have  experienced significant exposure to Roundup, and have been diagnosed with a form of B cell or T Cell non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma please contact us at Howard & Associates.

Individuals Most At Risk : 

  • Farm Workers
  • Landscapers
  • Garden Center Employees
  • Nursery Employees

Going up against major corporations like Monsanto can be challenging. We can assist  you. If you or a loved one have experienced significant exposure to Roundup, and have been diagnosed with a form of B cell or T Cell non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma please contact us at Howard & Associates. Our attorneys are here to help you every step of the way.  We are your voice. Call us or contact us online today.

Over 5,000 Roundup Lawsuits Filed Nationwide

 Farmers have an increased risk of getting prostate cancer, according to the results of the National Cancer Institute’s Agricultural Health Study. Exposure to potential carcinogens could be to blame.

Monsanto Roundup Class Action Lawsuit

In 2015, a RoundUp Class Action Lawsuit was filed in California. Monsanto is accused of false advertising for claiming that Roundup is harmless to human health because “glyphosate targets an enzyme found in plants but not in people or pets.”