Places Roundup Is Used in Illinois

When we meet you to discuss a possible cancer-related Roundup® case, we will thoroughly discuss all of the potential places that you could have been exposed to Roundup. Your exposure is unique and likely different from other people’s exposures.

Places Where Roundup Is Often Used

Illinois uses more glyphosate than any other state. As we begin to consider all of the places where you may have been exposed to Roundup, we will think about common locations, such as:

  • Golf courses
  • Gardens
  • Garden centers
  • Farms
  • Lawns

Of course, we will also consider all other potential sources of Roundup exposure based on your own experiences.

Whether it is on your own property, another residential property, or a commercial property, Roundup is often used to keep weeds away, to allow crops to grow, and to keep things looking pretty.

Begin Protecting Your Rights Today

If you have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and you think it is related to Roundup exposure, then you must take prompt steps to protect your rights. Before you can recover any damages from Monsanto, you need to prove that Roundup caused your cancer. To do this, you will need convincing evidence and legal arguments.

Our Illinois Roundup injury lawyers know how much you have at stake. We understand that the past and future medical bills, out-of-pocket costs, lost income, physical pain, and emotional suffering are significant. We know that the thought of fighting a large company can be overwhelming.

We are here to help you. For more than 50 years, we’ve been helping injured people get the recoveries they deserve. To date, we’ve recovered more than $1 billion in compensation for our clients.

We would be pleased to provide you with a free consultation to evaluate your claim, discuss how we may protect your legal rights, and explain our Win or It’s Free Guarantee. To learn more, please contact us today through this website or phone to schedule your free case evaluation.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.