If You Have Cancer & Have Used Roundup, You May be Entitled to Significant Compensation
• Roundup’s main ingredient, Glyphosate, has been proven to cause cancer by the World Health Organization
• To date, the makers of Roundup have agreed to pay $11 Billion to Victims
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SIGNIFICANT Compensation May Be Available
More than 100,000 people have already been awarded settlements with more expected soon
The makers of Roundup have agreed to pay $11 Billion to victims, with additional settlements expected.
Common settlement amounts range from $5,000 and $250,000, depending on the case.
Multiple cases have already been awarded millions of dollars, with one couple receiving a $2 Billion settlement for their individual case
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Many victims have already received huge settlements from the makers of Roundup
COUPLE AWARDED $2 BILLION IN ROUNDUP LAWSUIT
A California jury has ruled in favor of a couple that used Roundup for decades to kill weeds on their properties. Both
the husband and wife contracted non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and a jury concluded their years of using Roundup contributed to the cause of their cancer.
SCHOOL GROUNDSKEEPER AWARDED $289 MILLION IN ROUNDUP LAWSUIT
A school groundskeeper was recently awarded $289 million in a lawsuit against Monsanto (the makers of Roundup).
The jury claimed that Monsanto
had failed to warn consumers of
the risk of using Roundup.
JURY AWARDS $80 MILLION TO HOMEOWNER IN ROUNDUP LAWSUIT
A homeowner that used Roundup for years on his property to comabat Poison Oak was recently awarded $80 million. A six-person jury came to the verdict unanimously. The jury claimed Monsanto misled the man, and the product contributed to causing his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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