If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Charlotte, NC, you should know that your condition may have been caused by regular use of Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer. Not only have Charlotte landscapers and farmers been exposed to glyphosate (a proven carcinogen in Roundup’s formula) but homeowners have also been put at risk while tending their gardens and personal acreage.
We also want to let you know that Auger & Auger is on a mission to help as many clients as possible achieve just compensation for contracting non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma-related cancer from regular contact with Roundup. Our family-owned law firm will stand with yours, all the way, with no out-of-pocket fees to set you any further back than you already are. Don’t hesitate — make the call today (855) 969-5671 to discuss your claim with our Charlotte roundup lawsuit attorney!
New parent company Bayer has recently announced their intention to consider a ‘financially reasonable’ settlement for current and future plaintiffs. Multidistrict litigation (MDL) allows comparable civil actions involving thousands of plaintiffs in many different districts to share evidence while considering the specific data of every case. The compensation is awarded to the individual claimants, premised on their degree of suffering.
Resolving the claims for compensation from the Bayer (and Monsanto) wide audience of users would seem to be in everyone’s best interest. Saving lives in Charlotte and saving reputations will go a long way.
It was all the way back in 1970 when Monsanto’s organic chemist, John E. Franz, discovered the herbicide ‘glyphosate.’ In return for formulating this main ingredient in Roundup, Franz was paid $5 by Monsanto (as assignee) for the glyphosate patent — and went on to log more than 840 patents during his career.
Thirty-seven years later, in 2007, Monsanto announced the establishment of the Franz Innovation Award Scholarship and in May, Franz was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame (joining innovators of radio, antibiotics, the steam engine, and frozen food). Little did Franz, or Monsanto, realize just how infamous their product would become as it plunged to a new low as a ‘cancer-causing herbicide.’
And now, truth takes the lead as new compelling evidence refutes Monsanto’s claim that Roundup is perfectly safe for gardeners and farmers across the globe.
In February 2019 a startling meta-analysis of glyphosate-based herbicides (GBH) was accepted and published in the July-Sept 2019 issue of Mutation Research Reviews. Previous evaluations had created an ambiguous controversy around Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, and whether its cumulative exposure increased the risk of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in humans.
This comprehensive meta-analysis was independently conducted by UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health; Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York; and Washington University (Seattle) Departments of Biostatistics, and Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. The analysis encompassed a priori knowledge obtained by 5 case-control studies as well as the most recent update of the 2018 Agricultural Health Study.
The overall hypothesis from the 2019 meta-analysis is that there is a compelling link between exposures to glyphosate-based herbicides and increased risk for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is devastating, at best. Having to deal with treatments, loss of income and medical bills only adds to your burden. When you bring Auger & Auger on board to initiate a Roundup Weed Killer lawsuit, you will stay 100% informed, with none of the paperwork and worries on your plate.
This opportunity has taken decades to evolve, and there is no better time for us to pursue the compensation you deserve. Our A&A Zero Fee Guarantee™ relieves you of any payments until, and unless, we win your case.
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