Weeds on a Sidewalk Before Using Roundup

When you contact a Roundup® attorney, he is going to want to know certain information so that he can evaluate your claim and advise you of your legal options.

Three Things to Know Before Making the Call

If possible, you should be ready to talk about your:

  • Roundup® exposure. Let the lawyer know where and when you were exposed to Roundup®. If you work in certain professions, such as gardening, landscaping, farming, or golf course maintenance, then you may have been exposed to Roundup® on the job. Alternatively, you may have been exposed to Roundup® when you used it at home or when others used it in places you frequently visit.
  • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Your lawyer will ask you questions about the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of your non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
  • Medical history. Your attorney may ask questions about your medical history to see if there is another plausible reason for your non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis.

This information will help your lawyer determine if you have a possible Roundup® case and begin to understand what your potential compensation should be if you pursue Roundup® litigation.

Get More Information About Your Roundup® Case

You don’t have to have all the answers before you call a lawyer. Part of your lawyer’s job is to investigate your claim, gather and analyze potential evidence, and advise you of your rights based on that information. Then, you can decide whether you want to pursue a legal claim and to fight for your fair recovery of past and future healthcare expenses, lost income, physical pain, emotional suffering, out-of-pocket costs, and other damages.

Call the experienced personal injury lawyers of Hupy and Abraham today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation in any of our Wisconsin offices—Appleton, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, or Wausau—or to have one of our lawyers come to you. Together, we will fight for the recovery that you deserve.

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