ROUNDUP LAWSUITS IN MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN LAWYERS FOR VICTIMS SUFFERING FROM CANCER CAUSED BY ROUNDUP
Bayer, one of the largest chemical product manufacturers in the world, acquired the distributor of Roundup weed killer last year. Bayer is facing approximately 11,200 lawsuits following two successful verdicts in which juries determined Roundup’s main chemical component is a carcinogen. The two separate cases were based on the jury finding that repeated and prolonged exposure to Roundup caused non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in two California men.
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The active chemical ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, which is thought to be a cancer-causing chemical. Glyphosate is used in a number of products designed to kill weeds, and is the most popular chemical used for this purpose in the world. The popularity of Roundup has exposed a high number of consumers to repeated and prolonged exposure to glyphosate, especially those who work in the agricultural and landscaping industries.
If you have been diagnosed with cancer as a result of regular and repeated use of Roundup’s glyphosate-based weed killing products, you may be entitled to compensation.
At Grewal Law PLLC, we will fight to hold Bayer liable for its distribution of cancer-causing products, and to hold Bayer accountable and financially responsible for its role in the suffering of victims. Consumers deserve to have access to safe products and to be fully informed of the risks of the substances they come into contact with; when they are denied this right and their health suffers as a consequence, legal action must be taken.
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