If you’ve had prolonged exposure to Monsanto’s Roundup or Ranger Pro, you need a Roundup cancer attorney Tennessee trusts.
As a Roundup cancer attorney Tennessee has relied on for more than thirty years, I want to make sure you have all the facts about the popular weed killer and its alleged link to cancer.
Recently, jurors awarded a man $289 million whom they determined developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma from exposure to Roundup. Roundup’s active ingredient, glyphosate, is at the center of the controversy.
Exposure to glyphosate may have adverse health effects, including:
- Causing non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
- Disrupting the balance of your gut microbiome
- Causing lung cancer
- Limiting your body’s ability to create functioning proteins
- Affecting neurotransmitters
- Leading to hypothyroidism
- And more
Both Roundup and its glyphosate-containing cousin Ranger Pro are manufactured by Monsanto, which was recently acquired by Bayer. My team at Darrell Castle & Associates, PLLC is already hard at work on a lawsuit against these companies, fighting for justice for families like yours.
Agricultural and farm workers are at risk. And so are you.
Agricultural and farm workers may be at higher risk of developing cancer from the glyphosate in Roundup and Ranger Pro. But, unfortunately, they’re not the only ones who need to worry. The ugly truth is that glyphosate ends up in many of the foods we eat every day. This is true even of foods we normally consider “healthy.”
Both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Agriculture found glyphosate present in many foods they tested, including honey, wheat crackers, corn meal, granola, products made with oatmeal, and soybeans.
According to reports, glyphosate-contaminated foods include big brand names like Cheerios and Quaker Oats.
How glyphosate ends up in so much of our food may surprise you. In addition to using it to kill weeds, some farmers spray glyphosate on wheat, barley, and oats before harvesting them to help the grain dry faster. This not only exposes the harvest worker to glyphosate, but is also why glyphosate contamination in food is thought to be very widespread.
We are offering free legal consultations to anyone who was exposed to Roundup or Ranger Pro and then developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
If you are a farmer, agricultural worker, landscaper, or worker exposed to Roundup or Ranger Pro at a manufacturing plant and developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, we want to hear from you. Contact us online or call us right away at (901) 327-1212 for a free legal consultation. There is no obligation whatsoever, and we won’t make a penny unless we win your case.
Don’t wait. Call now to speak with a Roundup cancer attorney Tennessee trusts.