A Woman Spraying a Weed With Roundup

No. Many Roundup® cases have similar facts, and we understand why you may want to see what happens to other people who pursue legal action. However, if you wait to see how those cases resolve, you could jeopardize your own legal recovery.

Three Reasons to Act Now

You may want to act quickly if you have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma related to Roundup exposure for a few reasons. Specifically:

  • Bayer has made a Roundup settlement offer. The offer includes money for cases that have not yet been filed.
  • You have a limited amount of time to file a Roundup case. The statute of limitations provides you with a deadline by which you must file a lawsuit in court. If you try to file your Roundup case after the statute of limitations expires, then you should expect Bayer to file a motion to dismiss that will be granted by the court.
  • You can’t receive compensation unless you pursue a claim. You may need money to pay medical expenses, reimburse you for lost income, or compensate you for pain and suffering. Additionally, you may want to protect your family’s financial future. The sooner you bring a case, the sooner it may be resolved, and the sooner you may receive a recovery.

Some Roundup Verdicts Are In

You don’t have to wait for additional cases to be heard to find out how courts have decided some Roundup cases. At least three lawsuits have already been decided. The plaintiffs, Dewayne Johnson, Edwin Hardeman, and Alva and Alberta Pilliod, have each received multimillion-dollar recoveries for their Roundup injuries.

Call a Roundup Injury Lawyer to Learn More

If you have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma from Roundup exposure, you have the right to learn more about your legal options. Contact our Roundup cancer injury lawyers today for a free, no-obligation consultation about your rights so that you can make an informed decision about whether now is the right time to initiate legal action.


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