Category: Toxic Chemical Exposure

Bronco Herbicide Lawyer

Texas Bronco Herbicide Lawyer

Our law firm is currently evaluating potential lawsuits for people who developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma from glyphosate in Bronco.

Glyphosate Herbicide Lawyer

Texas Campaign Herbicide Lawyer

Our law firm is currently evaluating potential lawsuits for people who developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma from glyphosate in Campaign®.

Roundup

Hundreds of Roundup Lawsuits Proceed in Federal Court

If you had non-Hodgkin's lymphoma after using Roundup weed-killer, contact our Texas lawyers for lawsuit info at (866) 879-3040.

Texas Roundup Lawyer

Texas Man Files Roundup Lymphoma Lawsuit

A man from Texas has filed a lawsuit accusing Monsanto of failing to warn about the risk of cancer from Roundup weed-killer.

Waycross, Georgia Cancer Lawyer

In the small town of Waycross, Georgia, 4 children were diagnosed with cancer during a 2-month period in 2015. Lawyers are investigating if decades of toxic chemical spills and dumping are to blame. Need a Texas Toxic Chemical Injury Lawyer?...

Texas Roundup Lawyer

EU Lawmakers Demand Roundup Ban by 2022

European Union lawmakers are calling for a gradual phase-out of the weed-killer Roundup over the next 5 years.

Texas Roundup Lawyer

Monsanto Banned from European Parliament

Monsanto has been banned from the European parliament after refusing to attend a hearing into evidence that the company manipulated safety studies involving Roundup.

Texas Roundup Lawyer

France to Ban Roundup Weed-Killer by 2022

French officials will vote to gradually phase out the agricultural use of Roundup over concerns that the weed-killer may cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Texas Roundup Lawyer

Report: Monsanto Edited “Independent” Studies on Roundup

Lawyers for people with cancer have released documents proving that Monsanto was actually heavily involved in editing several "independent" studies on Roundup side effects.

Texas Roundup Lawyer

Farmers File Class Action Over Dicamba Drift Crop Damage

Farmers who had crop damage as a result of dicamba drifting off the fields where it was sprayed have filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in St. Louis, Missouri.