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RoundUp® Class Action | Action collective RoundUp®

Did RoundUp repay your customer loyalty with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma? Time to hold them accountable.

 

Lawsuits in the United States allege that as early as the 1980s, Monsanto (now owned by Bayer), was aware of the carcinogenic properties in glyphosate, the active ingredient in RoundUp. Are you one of their victims? 

Call (306) 653-7756 

 

In 2016, Dewayne Johnson successfully sued Monsanto for $289 million in damages after he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. 

 

Now, it’s your turn.

According to The Wall Street Journal, approximately 9,300 home gardeners, landscapers, farmers, and farm workers in the United States have sued Bayer on the grounds that RoundUp is a carcinogenic product that they’ve knowingly continued to release to the public.

Rally against Bayer. You’ve suffered because they lied. Jurors in the United States have found that Monsanto was both malicious and negligent. Monsanto failed to label RoundUp with the appropriate warnings. They failed to provide instructions on how to avoid the hazards. They failed to pull the product from the shelf, even when it became evident there was a danger to the public. Bayer continues to market and sell RoundUp even today.  

 

Let’s send them a message in the only language they understand. Let’s hit them where it hurts. If RoundUp has given you cancer, strike back by joining our class action lawsuit today.

 

FAQ

What are the symptoms of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma? 

Symptoms include:

  • Swollen lymph nodes in your neck, armpits, or groin
  • Abdominal pain or swelling
  • Chest pain
  • Coughing or breathing trouble
  • Persistent fatigue
  • Fever
  • Night sweats
  • Unexplained weight loss

 

If you suspect you may have non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, don’t leave anything to chance. Get to a doctor to get a diagnosis.

 

How does a class action lawsuit work?

In a class action lawsuit, multiple victims band together to hold a company accountable for the harm they’ve caused. Often, when a company hurts many people at once it becomes very difficult to take them back to court again and again for multiple personal injury cases. Instead, all of the injured parties work together to bring their grievances to court.

 

You don’t have to pay anything to join the class. We, the lawyers, take all of the risks and pay all the up-front legal costs. In return, we get a percentage of the settlement when the case is brought to a successful conclusion. The remainder of the settlement is divided up between the other members of the class. 

 

How do I join the class?

Just call (306) 653-7756 or fill out the form below. We’ll ask you a few questions, and then add you to the lawsuit. 

Don’t worry: you won’t have to attend depositions or testify in court. All you have to do is alert us to the fact that you’re a member of the class. 

 

When and how will I be paid?

It can take 18 to 24 months to either try the case in court or work out a settlement. Either way you’ll be paid if the case is successfully resolved. You’ll receive a check in the mail when the case is done.

 

Why Merchant Law?

Trust the attorneys who have won billions of dollars for their clients. We’re known for being some of Canada’s top class action litigators, with many successful, famous cases to our name. Click here to learn more about some of our class action work.

Our founder, Tony Merchant, Q.C., is known for being one of Canada’s toughest litigators. Nearly 600 of his successful cases have been reported on in prestigious legal journals over his decades of service. 

We have 10 offices across Canada, and can serve you no matter where you live. 

 

Join this class action by calling (306) 653-7756 today, or fill out the form below.

 

     

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