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If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer after using Roundup weed killer, you may have legal rights to compensation.

Our law firm is prepared to hold the makers of Roundup accountable.

If you have questions, we have answers. Contact the class action attorneys at Taylor King Law today for a free consultation. We’ll listen to your story and help you determine your next steps.

Taylor King Law has been representing our friends and neighbors for more than 30 years.

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Roundup Linked to Cancer

Roundup is one of the most popular weed-killing products. It’s commonly used by farmers, landscapers, and backyard gardeners.

If you used Roundup or a glyphosate weed killer and later were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or related cancer then you may be eligible to file a lawsuit.

If you suspect that you or a loved one are eligible to file a lawsuit against Bayer/Monsanto then contact the attorneys at Taylor King Law.

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What Types of Cancer Are Caused by Roundup Weed Killer?

An analysis by the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) reveals that exposure to glyphosate, the primary component in Roundup, increases the risk of a cancer called non-Hodgkin lymphoma by 41 percent.

What types of cancer are linked to Roundup? The majority of cancers linked to glyphosate are cancers that impact the production of white blood cells:

Bayer/Monsanto continues to deny that Roundup causes cancer. They continue to manufacture and sell Roundup. Despite their denial, Bayer faces thousands of lawsuits and has paid billions in settlement.

Anyone who regularly uses weed-killer may be affected by glyphosate.

Most commonly, the victims associated with Roundup are:

  • Farmers
  • Ranch hands
  • Landscaping crew
  • Horticulturists
  • Maintenance workers
  • Nursery staff
  • Lawn crew
  • Sports facility maintenance
  • Groundskeepers

Why is Roundup Still Being Sold If It’s so dangerous?

While the Environmental Protection Agency continues to research the adverse effects of glyphosate the EPA has yet to condemn Roundup. This allows the product to continue to be sold in stores.

The maker of Roundup continues to deny any link between glyphosate and cancer, and they do not mention this safety risk on the bottles’ warning label.

Roundup is widely used by professionals and home gardeners alike. While Bayer/Monsanto has faced verdicts and settlements in the billions, their product continues to be highly profitable.

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Latest Updates in the Bayer Roundup Lawsuit

February 2024

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refuses to limit Bayer’s liability regarding Roundup lawsuits.

January 2024

A multibillion-dollar verdict is awarded to a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma patient after being exposed to Roundup. A Philadelphia jury awarded a $2.25 billion verdict to a Pennsylvania man.

December 2023

Bayer is ordered to pay roughly half a million dollars in damages and $3 million in punitive damages to a woman in Philadelphia.

November 2023

4 plaintiffs received a $1.56 billion verdict from a jury after claiming Roundup caused their cancer.

October 2023

A San Diego jury finds that Monsanto failed to adequately warn of the cancer risks associated with Roundup and awards the plaintiff $332 million.

June 2023

Bayer agrees to a multimillion-dollar settlement in a lawsuit filed by the New York Attorney General.

May 2021

A judge rejects Bayer’s offer to settle future Roundup class-action lawsuits for $2 billion saying it isn’t enough.

June 2020

Bayer offers $10.9 billion to settle roughly 100,000 Roundup lawsuits.

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