Monsanto’s Roundup | Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Monsanto’s Roundup® Class Action Canada
If you are suffering from Non hodgkin’s Lymphoma and have been exposed to RoundUp (Gl) please contact our firm immediately. You may be entitled to compensation for your losses and suffering.

Sidhu Lawyers are now taking Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cases for people that were exposed to RoundUp (Glyphosate) on a regular basis. 

RoundUp is a  herbicide that has been used in commercial farming and homes throughout Canada since its release in the 1970s. Monsanto, the company responsible for producing this toxic substance, has been hit with numerous lawsuits over allegations that it causes cancer. Monsanto’s herbicide RoundUp has been a controversial subject in recent years. In 2015, the World Health Organization announced that it is “probably carcinogenic.”

Anyone who has been exposed to RoundUp should contact us immediately. Not only might it cause minor discomforts such as headaches, it may also be linked to an increased risk of cancer. Canada hasn’t yet banned this dangerous product, but we are happy to take on your case. We can work on a contingency fee basis and will not charge you unless we win. Our team can help with the time-consuming paperwork and support you every step of the way. When multiple individuals are hurt and are in pursuit of compensation, they are often joined together to create a “class” of persons collectively. Your claim will most likely be a part of a pharmaceutical class action lawsuit, one that will involve the numerous individuals who have suffered similar damages as a result of RoundUp. 

https://www.verywellhealth.com/warning-signs-of-lymphoma-2252446

Monsanto has marketed RoundUp as a “safe” herbicide to the general population. They pushed and promoted RoundUp usage in agricultural and non-agricultural industries, which has resulted in billions of dollars in earnings for their company.

In April 2019, a class action lawsuit was filed against Monsanto Canada and Bayer on behalf of all individual Canadian citizens (excluding those in Quebec) who were diagnosed with non-lymphoma Hodgkin’s after using or being exposed to Roundup after 1976. In our experience, class actions in the United States are resolved more quickly than in Canada, because class actions in Canada and the United States are handled quite differently.

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/lymphoma/symptoms-causes/syc-20352638

Glyphosate is widely utilized in Canada’s agricultural industry and  forestry sector. It is also often used in industrial weed control, lawn, and garden care, and aquatic settings. Many potential consumers have utilized it at their workplaces as well as in their homes. 

A recent judgment in California ordered Bayer to pay more than $2 billion to a couple who claimed that RoundUp caused their cancer. The pair will most likely never get this sum, as Bayer will appeal, but it will create a precedent for future claims in the United States and Canada.

Contact Sidhu Lawyers  immediately for a free consultation to find out where you or a loved one stands in terms of obtaining monetary compensation for your losses, sorrow, and suffering.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Shawn Sidhu at shawn@ngsidhu.com

CANADIAN ROUNDUP CLASS ACTION UPDATE – JANUARY 2021

The class action is still in its infancy stages. However, several notable advances have taken place. In 2019, a case management judge was appointed. While the class action is primarily concerned with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Other forms of cancer may be added to the class based on the results of current scientific studies. A significant lawsuit has been filed against Monsanto for the exposure to Roundup on two or more occasions in a 12-month period, where the total volume of glyphosate exceeded 500 milliliters during at least one of those occasions.

The certification hearing will arrive sooner than you might have expected. The date is set for September 20, 2021, and this case will determine whether the suit can proceed as a class proceeding.