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Putting Profit Ahead Of Customer Health Concerns

There is still a lot that we do not understand about how glyphosate interacts with the human body. Although it was introduced over 40 years ago in Monsanto’s Roundup Weedkiller, there is still some question about whether it is safe for use.

In a 2018 case, a California man was awarded over $280 million in damages after a jury determined that if it were not for his exposure to the weedkiller, he would not have developed non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

Since that case, many more are making their way to court with similar claims; that the glyphosate and other chemicals in Roundup Weedkiller made them sick.

Signs And Symptoms Of Toxic Exposure

The most common illness attributed to the glyphosate and other chemicals in Roundup Weedkiller is non-Hodgkins lymphoma. The symptoms for non-Hodgkins lymphoma can include:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Night sweats
  • Weight loss
  • Swollen lymph nodes

People who have used or currently regularly use these herbicides are at a higher risk of reaching a toxic level of exposure. Keep in mind that everyone responds to these chemicals differently. The same amount that does not affect one person could be a toxic level for another.

Representation To Support Your Claim

When you are facing illness and injury from exposure to the glyphosate in Roundup Weedkiller, the idea of pursuing a legal claim can be just as overwhelming as the bills for your medical care. The experienced attorneys of The Townsley Law Firm can help you understand the road ahead to help you seek recovery.

Get Started With A Free Consultation

We understand how difficult it can be for you or a loved one to face illness from exposure to glyphosate. Our skilled lawyers can answer your questions and help you with your claim. For a free consultation in our Lake Charles office, call 337-377-0584. You can also contact us online to get started.