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Galindo Law Represents People Who Have Become Seriously Ill From Using Roundup Weed Killer

If you or a loved one were exposed to Roundup herbicides and became seriously ill,  please contact us now to schedule a free legal consultation. We will help you get answers and seek the financial retribution you deserve!

Roundup cases are accepted on a contingent fee basis, meaning you won’t pay anything out of pocket until we win your case for you.

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Were you or a loved one diagnosed with any qualifying subtype of NHL at least 1 year after using Roundup?

Why Roundup Can be Dangerous to Your Health

We have successfully Recovered Millions for our clients.

Roundup is one of the most popular herbicide brands in the world. It is used heavily as a weed killer in agriculture and farming, as well as lawns, gardens, and more. 

The main chemical ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, which scientific researchers have recently found to be a leading cause of cancer.

Roundup has been linked to lymphatic cancers like non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a rare cancer that affects the lymph nodes, the part of the body that produces white blood cells. Studies also link glyphosate to chromosomal damage in cells and the formation of tumors, as found in various animal studies. In addition, research findings also relate glyphosate to other cancers such as colon, kidney, liver, pancreatic, melanoma, and thyroid.

In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published research data that classified glyphosate stating it as a “possible human carcinogen.”  Their report concluded that glyphosate exposure is most commonly associated with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, denied any claims that their product contained chemicals known to cause cancer. 

Despite major trial losses in the chemical’s classification, the corporate giant still maintains that glyphosate is not a human carcinogen.  Monsanto now faces thousands of lawsuits, both in state and federal courts, as many farmers and farmworkers diagnosed with cancer fight for compensation.

Cases are accepted on a contingent fee basis, meaning you won’t pay anything out of pocket until we win your case for you.

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