Roundup Cancer Lawyers Working for all of Pennsylvania
Personal injury attorneys who can win a Roundup weed killer lawsuit
People in Pennsylvania who have been exposed to the weed killer Roundup and have been diagnosed with cancer should talk with a personal injury lawyer from O'Malley & Langan Law Offices to see if they can file a lawsuit to receive compensation. Roundup is a popular glyphosate-based weed killer that was acquired by Bayer from Monsanto in 2018 for $66 billion. Some scientists say the weed-killing chemical in Roundup has been linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other fatal forms of cancer. So far, there have been thousands of lawsuits filed against the company that make that claim.
The personal injury attorneys from O'Malley & Langan Law Offices in Pennsylvania are ready to listen if you or a loved one was diagnosed with cancer after regular exposure to Roundup weed killer or any other product with glyphosate as its active ingredient. Contact us for a free case evaluation. We have offices in Scranton, Pittston, and Towanda.
Exposed to Roundup and developed cancer? You may have a lawsuit
Roundup is made from glyphosate, a chemical that many researchers and scientists argue has cancer-causing properties. Glyphosate is the most frequently-used herbicide in Pennsylvania and all of the U.S. It is used by Pennsylvania farmers, sprayed on Pennsylvania golf courses, and often used to kill weeds on Pennsylvania lawns. Unfortunately, regular and consistent exposure to glyphosate may cause cancers, such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Other types of cancer Roundup has been linked to include:
- Burkitt Lymphoma
- Follicular Lymphoma
- Hairy Cell Leukemia
- Large B-Cell Lymphoma
- Mantle Cell Lymphoma
- Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma
- Skin Lymphoma
It doesn't matter if you work in agriculture, landscaping, on a golf course, or simply do maintenance on your own lawn ─ you may have been exposed to the glyphosate in Roundup and its potential risks. Some scientists say that people who are exposed to glyphosate are more at risk of developing cancer than those who aren't regularly exposed. Ways to be exposed to the glyphosate in Roundup include:
- Touching plants sprayed with the chemical
- Breathing in the herbicide after it's been sprayed
- Drinking the chemical from contaminated water
- Eating food grown in soil sprayed with the herbicide
Being diagnosed with cancer is a life-altering event that can result in outrageous medical expenses, debilitating symptoms, and more. If you have been diagnosed with cancer after regular exposure to Roundup, it's time to get a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer from O'Malley & Langan Law Offices to hold the company responsible for not providing adequate warning about the potential health hazards associated with glyphosate and Roundup. Contact us for a free case evaluation to see if you might have a lawsuit.