Monsanto Roundup® Lawsuit

The herbicide Roundup® contains glyphosate, which may cause cancer. If you or a loved one has cancer after heavily using the toxic weed killer, you may be able to pursue compensation from a Monsanto Roundup lawsuit.

At Sokolove Law, our Roundup lawsuit lawyers have already secured millions for families nationwide. Call (800) 995-1212 now for a free case review to see if we can help you too.

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Filing a Roundup Weed Killer Lawsuit in 2024

Roundup is an herbicide manufactured by Monsanto, which Bayer AG acquired in 2018. The active ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, a chemical classified as “probably carcinogenic to humans” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).

Thousands of agricultural workers, landscapers, and gardeners have filed Roundup cancer claims against Bayer, alleging the company failed to warn them of the dangers associated with Roundup.

Roundup Lawsuit Information at a Glance

  • Approximately 165,000 Roundup lawsuits have been filed against Bayer and Monsanto.
  • Bayer has paid out nearly $11 Billion in Roundup lawsuit settlements.
  • Since October 2023, there have been 6 successful Roundup verdicts against Bayer totaling over $4 Billion.
  • We’ve already helped hundreds of families get justice from Roundup cancer claims.

Over the last 45 years, Sokolove Law has secured more than $9.4 Billion total for clients across all 50 states, and contacting us with your questions is free.

Our Roundup lawsuit lawyers can handle every step of the legal process on your behalf if you qualify, from finding the evidence of exposure to filing your claim.

If you or a loved one developed cancer after being exposed to glyphosate, you may be eligible for compensation from a Roundup blood cancer lawsuit. Contact us now to get started.

Who Qualifies for the Roundup Lawsuit?

Anyone who regularly used glyphosate weed killers and was later diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or another related cancer may qualify for the Roundup lawsuit.

Roundup cancer victims often include:

  • City maintenance workers
  • Farmworkers
  • Groundskeepers
  • Horticulturists
  • Landscapers
  • Nursery workers
  • School athletic staff

Even if your loved one has already passed away, you may still be able to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit and seek justice on their behalf.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if you qualify. We'll ask you a few questions about your diagnosis and past Roundup exposure to see if you may have a case.

Types of Cancer Linked to Roundup

Despite Bayer’s repeated statements that Roundup and glyphosate don’t cause cancer, emerging research has continued to claim otherwise.

Exposure to glyphosate can increase the risk of certain cancers by as much as 41%, according to the University of Washington’s Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS).

The majority of Roundup cancer cases involve blood cancers that impact the production of white blood cells in the body.

Cancers that qualify for Roundup lawsuits may include: 

  • B-cell lymphoma
  • Burkitt lymphoma
  • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
  • Follicular lymphoma
  • Hairy cell leukemia
  • Lymphoblastic lymphoma
  • Mantle cell lymphoma
  • Marginal zone lymphoma
  • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • Small lymphocytic lymphoma
  • T-cell leukemia
  • T-cell lymphoma

Around 85% of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cases are B-cell lymphomas, which develop when the genetic code of a lymphocyte is altered. Studies show glyphosate is associated with epigenotoxicity, meaning it may cause changes in genes.

After a cancer diagnosis, Roundup lawsuit compensation may be able to help pay for medical bills, lost wages from missed work, and other daily expenses.

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Our Roundup lawsuit attorneys have already secured millions from glyphosate claims. Let us get you the money you deserve.

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Roundup Lawsuit Deadlines

Every state has Roundup lawsuit deadlines or statutes of limitations, which prevent people from taking legal action after a certain number of years. This makes it incredibly important to contact a national Roundup law firm like Sokolove Law as soon as possible.

Generally speaking, the Roundup lawsuit statute of limitations is between 1 and 3 years after your cancer diagnosis, the death of your loved one, or the date you learned about the connection between Roundup exposure and your illness.

Once the statute of limitations passes, you won’t be able to file a Roundup cancer claim again.

We can help you figure these deadlines out and file before it’s too late. Call (800) 995-1212 now, so you don’t miss out on the justice you deserve.

Monsanto Roundup Lawsuit Updates 2023-2024

Over the past few months, significant Roundup cancer lawsuit updates have provided victims with hope that justice may be available to those affected by this dangerous weed killer.

The latest Bayer and Monsanto Roundup lawsuit updates include:

  • June 2024: A Pennsylvania judge lowered a January 2024 jury verdict from $2.25 Billion to $400 Million. The victim's lawyers plan to appeal this decision and fight for the original verdict amount to be reinstated.
  • May 2024: Another Monsanto trial is currently underway in St. Louis, Missouri. This lawsuit involves three women who claim their exposure to Roundup caused them to develop cancer.
  • April 2024: In Missouri, a judge reduced a November 2023 verdict against Bayer from $1.5 Billion to $611 Million. While the original amount was deemed excessive, the three victims in this case are still set to receive substantial compensation for their injuries.
  • March 2024: There have been two verdicts in favor of Bayer and one mistrial this month. At least one plaintiff is appealing the ruling against them, as evidence linking non-Hodgkin's lymphoma to Roundup was unable to be presented during their trial.
  • February 2024: There are currently over 4,200 lawsuits involved in the Roundup class action or multidistrict litigation, with thousands of individual claims pending in state courts. As more victims come forward to seek justice, Bayer continues to appeal the verdicts against them and claim they’ve done nothing wrong.
  • January 2024: Another multibillion-dollar verdict was awarded to a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma patient who was diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to Roundup. This was the company’s first trial using a new toxicologist as an expert witness to discredit the link between Roundup and cancer.
  • December 2023: After five back-to-back wins for Roundup victims, Bayer’s losing streak came to an end when a California jury ruled in favor of the company, claiming the link between Roundup and the illness wasn’t clear.
  • November 2023: Bayer and Monsanto have announced that immigration status will not play a role in future Roundup settlements. This announcement came after a discrimination lawsuit was filed against the company by a farmer excluded from the Roundup settlement in 2020 because she was not a U.S. citizen.
  • October 2023: Three juries awarded over $500 Million to multiple plaintiffs this month, marking the first successful verdicts for plaintiffs since 2019. Up until this point, the courts had not ruled in favor of a Roundup victim since 2019.

Our team will continue to provide regular updates on the Roundup lawsuit as they become available.

How to Join the Roundup Lawsuit in 2024

To join the Roundup lymphoma lawsuit, get in touch with an experienced attorney who can file a claim on your behalf. Taking legal action against a large corporation can be incredibly difficult without help from reputable Roundup law firms.

At Sokolove Law, our Roundup attorneys can handle every step of the legal process for you, so you can focus on your health and loved ones during this difficult time.

Filing a Roundup lawsuit claim consists of the following steps:

  • Contact Sokolove Law: We offer free case reviews to determine if you may be eligible to file a Roundup lymphoma lawsuit.
  • Gathering Evidence: Our Roundup lawsuit attorneys will collect information about your work history, medical records, and other evidence needed to link your cancer to glyphosate exposure.
  • Filing Your Roundup Claim: Your legal team will complete all necessary paperwork and file your Roundup cancer claim within any state deadlines.
  • Receiving Roundup Compensation: We’ll work to negotiate a Bayer Roundup settlement on your behalf. If a settlement isn’t reached, we can present your case in court before a judge and jury.

Your attorney will keep you informed on your case’s progress as it makes its way through the justice system. There are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs — we only get paid if your case is successful.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if your family may qualify for a Roundup lawsuit settlement. It costs nothing to speak with us.

Past Roundup Lawsuit Settlements & Verdicts

Bayer has been ordered to pay workers with cancer and their loved ones through both Roundup lawsuit settlements and verdicts:

  • Roundup Settlements: If both parties agree upon a specific payout amount, the case may result in a settlement payout. With a settlement, victims often receive compensation faster and may never have to step foot in court. Bayer has paid nearly $11 Billion in Roundup settlements for thousands of claims.
  • Roundup Verdicts: If a case goes to trial, a judge or jury will decide the outcome through a verdict. While verdicts may be worth more than a settlement, they can take longer and are considered riskier. So far, Bayer has paid over $6 Billion in verdicts.

At Sokolove Law, we’ve already recovered millions of dollars from Roundup settlements for clients across the country.

In one case, we secured $1.16 Million for a North Dakota man who was diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma after using Roundup products on his crops.

Our Roundup cancer attorneys will fight hard to get you everything you’re entitled to. Let us get you the money you deserve.

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How Much Is the Average Roundup Settlement?

The average Roundup settlement amount will vary based on the details of each case, like the extent of your Roundup exposure and the severity of your illness.

Roundup settlement amounts may range from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars — and, in some cases, millions.

Latest Roundup Settlement News & Payouts

Billions of dollars in Roundup settlements and verdicts have been paid to multiple cancer victims and their families across the country.

Recent Roundup payouts include:

  • February 2024: A Philadelphia judge ordered Bayer to pay an additional $2.3 Million to a man who was awarded $175 Million in October, citing delayed damages after Bayer's request for a new trial was denied.
  • January 2024: A lawsuit against Bayer resulted in a $2.25 Billion verdict for a 45-year-old man in Pennsylvania, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after nearly 20 years of using Roundup on his property. This was the largest verdict against Bayer yet, though the company claims the amount is “unconstitutionally excessive.”
  • December 2023: In Philadelphia, a woman was awarded $3.46 Million after she claimed her exposure to Roundup caused her to develop cancer. Approximately $3 Million of this verdict was in punitive damages, which are used as a means of punishing the defendant for their negligence.
  • November 2023: A jury in Missouri awarded a $1.5 Billion Roundup verdict to three plaintiffs with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma from exposure to Roundup. One of the victim’s wives was awarded $100,000 for the harm she suffered due to her husband’s illness.
  • October 2023: A St. Louis jury awarded $125 Million to a Roundup user with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, followed by a $175 Million verdict in favor of an 83-year-old Roundup victim in Philadelphia. On the last day of the month, a California jury awarded $332 Million to a former land surveyor with cancer. The decisions throughout this month marked the end of Bayer’s winning streak.
  • June 2020: Bayer agreed to pay around $11 Billion to settle thousands of Roundup lawsuits. The company set aside $2 Billion of this money for future Roundup cancer victims. However, judges believe this amount is far too low to properly compensate the potential number of future claimants.

Remember, if you became sick after using Roundup, you only have a limited time to pursue a Monsanto lawsuit payout.

For over 45 years, Sokolove Law has helped families hold powerful corporations accountable for the harm they’ve caused. Our Roundup lawsuit attorneys have the resources to fight for the most compensation possible in your case.

Call (800) 995-1212 now to get started — for free. Let us put our decades of experience to work for you.

What Determines Roundup Settlement Amounts?

Roundup settlement amounts may be determined by many factors, including:

  • The extent of your exposure to Roundup products
  • The severity of your cancer diagnosis
  • Any current and future medical bills related to your illness
  • Whether your case settles or goes to a trial in court

While there’s never a guarantee of compensation in any case, our Roundup attorneys will take all of these factors and more into account to maximize the settlement you may receive.

Roundup Class Action Lawsuits vs. Individual Claims

Over 4,280 claims filed against Bayer and Monsanto have been consolidated into a Roundup class action lawsuit or multidistrict litigation, while an additional 40,000+ individual claims are currently pending in state courts.

Through a Roundup class action lawsuit, one person represents a whole group of people affected by the same problem. If the representative wins, everybody in the class action receives compensation.

On the other hand, you may be able to secure more money from an individual Roundup lawsuit settlement or trial verdict than from a class action lawsuit.

Individual lawsuits aren’t filed by a group and allow your case to get the personal attention it deserves.

What to Look for in Roundup Lawyers

At Sokolove Law, our Roundup lawyers have the skills and resources necessary to level the playing field and stand up to the companies responsible for your illness.

Learn how Sokolove Law stands out from other Roundup law firms:

  • Decades of Experience: Since 1979, we’ve fought for justice on behalf of clients injured by dangerous products like Roundup.
  • Track Record of Success: Our firm has recovered more than $9.4 Billion total for families throughout the U.S.
  • Nationwide Presence: We can help people in all 50 states take legal action for their injuries, and we have offices and attorneys across the country.
  • No Financial Risk: There are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs to work with our Roundup lawsuit attorneys, and we only get paid if your case results in compensation.

With extensive experience handling Roundup cancer claims, our lawyers are prepared to be your voice and fight tirelessly on your behalf.

Do I Need Lawyers for a Roundup Lawsuit Claim?

Working with an experienced Roundup lawyer is highly recommended since it may improve your chances of securing compensation. Not to mention, it can be incredibly difficult to take legal action against a large corporation on your own.

Every step of a Roundup weed killer lawsuit requires a skilled legal team to prevent errors — and our Roundup attorneys have decades of experience helping those injured by major corporations.

Dangers of Roundup: What Products Contain Glyphosate?

Despite safety concerns, Roundup remains the most commonly used herbicide in the country, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This widespread use raises significant concerns about the dangers associated with glyphosate exposure.

Roundup products containing glyphosate are typically sold as ready-to-use mixes or concentrates. The concentrate contains higher levels of glyphosate than pre-mixed products.

Glyphosate-based products sold by Roundup include:

  • Roundup Concentrate Non-Selective Herbicide
  • Roundup Ready-to-Use Grass and Weed Control Non-Selective Herbicide
  • Roundup Super Concentrate Weed Killer

Concentrated Roundup may put users at greater risk since they may also be exposed to glyphosate during mixing. The majority of concentrate users include industrial and agriculture workers like farmers, groundskeepers, and city employees.

Where Is Roundup Used?

Understanding where and how Roundup is used is essential to determining who may be at risk of Roundup-related cancers.

Roundup products are marketed for three uses:

  • Agricultural: Roundup is commonly sprayed on and around farmland to prevent weeds from interfering with crops.
  • Industrial, Turf, and Ornamental: Golf courses, sports fields, roadsides, nurseries, city parks, and other landscaped areas may be treated with Roundup.
  • Residential: Some gardeners and homeowners may use Roundup to maintain their plants and lawns.

Approximately 26 million pounds of glyphosate-containing Roundup is sprayed in public areas like playgrounds, gardens, and school lawns every year, according to Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG).

In July 2021, Bayer announced that the company intends to remove glyphosate from the residential lawn and garden marketplace as of January 2023. Over 90% of the Roundup lawsuits Bayer has faced over the last few years come from the U.S. residential lawn and garden market.

Professional and agricultural users like farmers and retailers, however, are still able to purchase glyphosate for weed control.

Sokolove Law: Roundup Lawsuit Lawyers in All 50 States

At Sokolove Law, our Roundup lawsuit lawyers have already helped hundreds of families across the country seek justice and secure a weed killer settlement.

If you or a loved one was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after using glyphosate weed killers, you may be eligible for Roundup compensation that we can pursue on your behalf.

We’ve recovered over $9.4 Billion total for our clients nationwide.

Our dedicated team can guide you through the legal process, and there are no hourly fees or out-of-pocket costs to work with us.

Let us fight for you. Call (800) 995-1212 now or fill out our contact form for a free, no-obligation case review.

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Monsanto Roundup Litigation Attorneys FAQs

What is the Monsanto Roundup lawsuit?

People are suing Monsanto because they used Roundup — one of the company’s most popular products — and later developed cancer potentially caused by Roundup exposure.

By filing a Monsanto Roundup lawsuit, families may be able to:

  • Receive compensation for their illnesses
  • Hold Bayer and Monsanto accountable for putting customers and workers at risk
  • Protect their family’s future financially

Though Monsanto denies that glyphosate is dangerous, both the corporation and consumers cannot ignore the trials they have lost in favor of the plaintiffs who claim otherwise.

Who can file a Roundup weed killer lawsuit?

Anyone may be able to file a Roundup weed killer lawsuit if they used this product and later developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, including:

  • Victims: Farmers, landscapers, school athletic staff, and other agricultural workers with cancer may be able to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit against Monsanto and its parent company Bayer.
  • Family Members: If a loved one has already passed away, their spouse, children, or family members may be able to file a Roundup wrongful death lawsuit on their behalf. These lawsuits claim that the use of Roundup led to the victim’s death.
  • Estate Managers: Anyone managing a Roundup cancer victim’s estate may be able to file a Monsanto lawsuit. Estate managers can be a family member, close friend, or legal representative.

Find out if you may qualify for the Roundup cancer lawsuit now during a free case review.

What proof do you need for the Roundup lawsuit?

For your Roundup cancer lawsuit, your lawyers will need to prove that you or your loved one were exposed to glyphosate weed killers and have cancer as a result.

Some of the evidence your Roundup lawsuit lawyers may gather include:

  • Medical records for your cancer diagnosis
  • Treatment costs or related medical expenses
  • Receipts or credit card statements showing purchases of glyphosate-based products
  • Your loved one’s death certificate if they already passed away

If you have a case, our Roundup lawsuit attorneys can gather all of the evidence needed to prove a link between your exposure to glyphosate and your diagnosis.

How long do you have to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit?

You only have a limited amount of time to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit due to state laws called statutes of limitations. Once this deadline passes, you won’t be able to take legal action for your illness again.

Roundup lawsuit deadlines vary from state to state but are typically 1 to 3 years after the date of your diagnosis, the death of a loved one, or when you found out about the connection between Roundup and your cancer.

Call (800) 995-1212 as soon as possible, so we can file your claim before the deadline for the Roundup lawsuit has passed.

Is there a Roundup class action lawsuit?

Yes. Over 4,280 claims have been consolidated into Roundup class action lawsuits or multidistrict litigation (MDL) in California — and there’s still time for you to join.

We can help determine your Roundup lawsuit eligibility. Get started now for free.

How much do the best Roundup lawyers near me cost?

At Sokolove Law, there are no upfront costs or hourly fees to work with our Roundup lawyers. We only get paid if we successfully secure compensation for you.

As a national law firm, we have Roundup attorneys in offices across the country, so we can help with your claim wherever you may be in the U.S.

How much will I get from my Roundup settlement?

It depends. Past Roundup lawsuit payouts have ranged from upwards of $10,000 to over $1,000,000 in some cases.

Every claim is different, and there’s never a guarantee of success in any case. That said, we’re prepared to fight for the most compensation possible on your behalf.

At Sokolove Law, we’ve secured more than $9.4 Billion for our clients, including millions for victims of Roundup exposure.

What is the average settlement for Roundup cancer lawsuits?

The average roundup settlement per person is based on multiple factors, like:

  • Their Roundup exposure history
  • The illness they were diagnosed with
  • The cost of related medical expenses

If you have a case, our Roundup lawsuit lawyers may be able to provide you with an estimate of how much your claim could be worth.

How much is the Roundup settlement per person?

It varies. Roundup settlements per person can be anywhere from tens of thousands to millions of dollars. 

At Sokolove Law, our Roundup lawsuit attorneys will fight hard to get you everything you’re entitled to. Call (800) 995-1212 now to find out if you may be eligible for Roundup settlements.

When will Roundup settlements be paid?

It depends on when your case settles. Once your attorney has successfully negotiated a Roundup settlement on your behalf, you may receive compensation within a few weeks or months.

Thousands of settlements have already been paid out to victims, and many other cases are still pending. Your Roundup lawyer can determine what the settlement timeline may look like for your particular case.

What is the average payout for Roundup lawsuits?

The average Roundup payout will vary from case to case, but recent Roundup lawsuit payouts include:

  • $2.25 Billion for a 49-year-old who used Roundup for 2 decades
  • $1.5 Billion to a group of patients who developed lymphoma
  • $332 Million for a 51-year-old diagnosed with cancer after exposure to Roundup
  • $3.5 Million to a woman with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • $1.25 Million for a Roundup user with lymphoma

Find out if you may be eligible for a Roundup payout now during a free case review.

What cancers qualify for the Roundup settlement?

Glyphosate exposure can significantly increase the risk of developing certain cancers — yet Bayer and Monsanto continue to deny the dangers of Roundup.

Cancers caused by Roundup may include:

  • B-cell lymphoma
  • Burkitt lymphoma
  • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
  • Follicular lymphoma
  • Hairy cell leukemia
  • Lymphoblastic lymphoma
  • Mantle cell lymphoma
  • Marginal zone lymphoma
  • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • Small lymphocytic lymphoma
  • T-cell leukemia
  • T-cell lymphoma

If you got sick after being exposed to Roundup, you may be able to file a Roundup blood cancer lawsuit and pursue compensation that can help pay for medical bills and other expenses.

What type of lymphoma does Roundup cause?

It is believed that exposure to Roundup may cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of blood cancer that affects the white blood cells.

Types of lymphoma caused by Roundup may include:

  • B-cell lymphoma
  • Burkitt lymphoma
  • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
  • Follicular lymphoma
  • Hairy cell leukemia
  • Lymphoblastic lymphoma
  • Mantle cell lymphoma
  • Marginal zone lymphoma
  • Small lymphocytic lymphoma
  • T-cell leukemia
  • T-cell lymphoma

If you used or worked near Roundup and later developed lymphoma, you may be able to file a Roundup blood cancer lawsuit for compensation.

What are the "Monsanto Papers?"

The Monsanto papers are company documents and records that were made public as a part of the recent Roundup lymphoma lawsuits. These internal documents revealed a web of deceit surrounding Monsanto’s use of “scientific” knowledge claiming Roundup was safe.

The documents revealed that Monsanto:

  • Ghostwrote articles claiming its products were safe for publication in toxicology journals and other forms of media
  • Established a supposedly independent academic website to discredit allegations against the company
  • Tried to build a network of scientists who would work “directly or indirectly/behind the scenes” to promote the safety of glyphosate as far back as 1999

To this day, Monsanto continues to deny that Roundup causes cancer to this day. However, controversy over the safety of Roundup has continued to grow following the release of these papers.

How many Roundup cancer claims have been filed so far?

As of April 2024, there have been approximately 165,000 Roundup cancer claims filed against Monsanto and Bayer.

There’s still time to file a Monsanto lawsuit for Roundup cancer. Call (800) 995-1212 now to see if we can help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

Has anyone won a lawsuit against Roundup?

Yes. More than 100,000 lawsuits against Roundup manufacturers Monsanto and Bayer settled for nearly $11 Billion, and multiple other victims have successfully won trial verdicts in the past few years.

At Sokolove Law, we’ve already secured millions from lawsuits against Roundup. See if you have a case now.

Why should I file a Roundup cancer lawsuit against Monsanto?

You have almost nothing to lose and everything to gain from filing a Roundup cancer lawsuit against Monsanto.

Through a Roundup lawsuit, you may be able to: 

  • Hold Monsanto and Bayer accountable for poisoning you
  • Shine a light for other victims and encourage them to take action
  • Receive financial compensation

You never deserved to develop cancer from a product that was marketed as safe. With a Roundup weed killer lawsuit, you can seek justice from Monsanto and Bayer for the illness they may have caused.

Has Roundup been banned or recalled?

No. Despite mounting concerns about the product’s safety, Roundup is still available for purchase throughout the United States as of March 2024.

Does Roundup still contain glyphosate?

Commercial Roundup products still contain glyphosate, but the company committed to removing the chemical from residential Roundup products by January 2023.

In July 2021, Bayer announced their intention to remove glyphosate from residential products because over 90% of the Roundup lawsuits faced by the company came from the U.S. residential lawn and garden market.

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