Roundup Lawsuit

Roundup weed killer is used for both commercial and personal use. You’ve probably used a Roundup product at least once to kill pesky weeds in your yard or garden.

While it’s effective, some studies have shown chemicals within the product may cause cancer. If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer because of or related to Roundup use, you may be able to file a lawsuit against Bayer, Roundup’s current owner, for compensation. What follows is an update on where cases stand today and what you can do to protect yourself.

Individuals who have filed Roundup lawsuits assert that the weed killer led to the development of cancer. In 2020, Bayer (previously Monsanto) agreed to pay almost $10.5 billion to settle most Roundup cancer lawsuits. There are currently more than 4,000 cancer lawsuits pending in the California Roundup MDL as of November 2023.

Roundup History

Roundup, which is the most popular and profitable weed killer ever sold, contains glyphosate as its primary ingredient. Glyphosate is toxic to most broadleaf plants and grasses, and it kills most plants it comes into contact with, without targeting specific weeds or plants.

Monsanto (now Bayer), a company that no longer exists, developed this product. In order to counteract the damage caused by glyphosate, Monsanto created genetically modified plant seeds that would be able to withstand the effects of Roundup. This move led to a significant increase in the sales of Roundup for residential use.

Side Effects of Roundup

National Pesticide information centre provides details on potential side effects from usage of products with glyphosate, Roundup being one of the products which usages glyphosate.

Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

Monsanto, a company that produces Roundup, a popular herbicide, has already settled more than 100,000 lawsuits related to the product. As of May 2022, the total payout for these settlements is around $11 billion. However, there are still around 30,000 pending lawsuits, including 4,000 cases in multidistrict litigation (MDL) in California.

MDL cases are not the same as class-action suits. Instead, they group cases together so that the courts can resolve specific issues for all of them at once, instead of answering the same question repeatedly in each separate lawsuit. In June 2022, the Ninth Circuit filed a decision in a Roundup case. In the court’s opinion, the Ninth Circuit urged the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reconsider its conclusion that Roundup does not cause substantial harm to people or the environment.

Also in June 2022, the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by Bayer in another Roundup case. In July 2022, the 11th Circuit ruled that Bayer had failed to adequately warn about the risk of cancer from Roundup.

Action Required

If you have been exposed to RoundUp, it is important to speak with your doctor. There are tests available to check for most types of cancer. If you have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, contact the team at We can help you hold the companies that produce dangerous products accountable and prevent them from causing harm to others. If you are considering filing a lawsuit, it is recommended that you do so within 12 months of your initial diagnosis.

If you or someone you know has used RoundUp and were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, you can count on us to support you. At, we are dedicated to fighting for your rights. We will help you get the compensation you deserve, which includes coverage for medical bills, pain and suffering, and the wrongful death of a loved one. Contact us today to learn more.

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