With growing attention on lawsuits that have proven links of the weed killer to several different types of cancer, there is an increasing need for potential plaintiffs to fully understand what they need to do to ensure the best possible outcome.
This new evidence can potentially open up thousands of new cases against the Roundup weed killer. But it often requires a different approach to gathering the evidence for a trial.
Our team here at Schmidt & Clark LLC has become one of the leading litigators in Hawaii, and we want to ensure that you understand why taking immediate action is important.
Legal Support From Hawaii’s Top Litigation Team
In Hawaii, lawyers have spent many years fighting legal battles against Monsanto/Bayer. And while those lawsuits mainly focused on people with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, recent cases have also ruled in favor of other types of cancer.
But when such new evidence emerges in personal injury lawsuits, you need litigation attorneys that have experience with shifting their legal approach quickly and effectively.
And that is something that our team at Schmidt & Clark LLC has proven through multiple lawsuits that have paid large sums of money to plaintiffs with different illnesses.
No matter what your cancer diagnosis is right now, speak with an attorney on our team today to find out if you have an eligible claim.
Not only can we provide you with a free case review, but we put the attorney-client relationship at the core of everything we do.
That means you can focus on your health and family without legal casework distraction.
The Link Between Roundup and Cancer
Roundup is the most widely used herbicide, and unfortunately, that has meant it’s also been at the center of thousands of lawsuits.
The initial high-profile lawsuits established a link between the weed killer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. This cancer affects the lymph nodes and severely impacts the body’s ability to fight infections, and there’s evidence of over 40% increased cancer risk .
But several lawyers have achieved favorable jury verdicts for other cancers like multiple myeloma and leukemia.
And because it has been established that Roundup caused cancer in multiple ways, thousands of additional cases are waiting to be filed.
Even the World Health Organization And The International Agency For Research On Cancer have concluded that the weed killer glyphosate is also carcinogenic to humans .
If you’re concerned that you developed cancer from exposure to the Roundup weed killer, contact us immediately for a free consultation.
You can’t afford to waste time as the potential payout could be large enough to make a major difference in your access to certain medical treatments.
“Glyphosate has also been the subject of many studies—and legal challenges—regarding its potential to cause cancer, specifically non-Hodgkin lymphoma.“
Who Is Eligible for a Lawsuit in Hawaii?
People who have developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma or another type of cancer linked to glyphosate may be able to file a lawsuit. The process of establishing the cause and effect of Roundup use on cancer is the tricky part of all such lawsuits.
It’s important to note that it’s not enough to be at risk of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma because of Roundup exposure in the past. You have to have proof of a medical diagnosis due to the Roundup herbicide.
For residents of Hawaii, lawyers have had a lot of success in winning large payouts for plaintiffs with different types of cancer. But you have to have a legal team beside you with the right experience in cases where the evidence and best approaches can suddenly shift.
What Is the Statute of Limitations in Hawaii?
In Hawaii, lawsuits have a statute of limitations that is two years . However, this time limit doesn’t start when you were exposed to the Roundup weed killer.
The time window of two years for lawsuits starts when plaintiffs had their first symptoms of developing cancer or a doctor has provided a diagnosis through a random screening test.
It’s important for lawyers to carefully establish a timeline of your personal exposure and diagnosis to ensure that this deadline doesn’t become an issue for your lawsuit.
Talk to our attorneys today for free advice on what your time limit is, and we’ll ensure that you don’t run into problems over an upcoming deadline.
How Much Is a Lawsuit Worth?
For residents in Hawaii, lawsuits establish a payout based on individual circumstances. In most cases, these payouts have been in the hundreds of thousands, but a few cases have also achieved payouts of over a million dollars.
Here is what your lawyers will go through to establish the right financial compensation in your lawsuit:
- What your medical prognosis is for your quality of life
- How much pain you have to deal with from cancer and the treatment
- What the impact has been on your employment and ability to provide financial security for your family
- Your need for outside help when it comes to taking care of your children
- Your ability to perform regular household chores and personal hygiene needs
- Medical expenses for you and your family incurred for your treatment
- Cost of possible treatments that could improve your medical prognosis
- The impact on your mental health, including depression, anxiety, and stress
Unfortunately, the Roundup weed killer and related cancer can have quite a serious impact on people’s lives. And you need the support of an experienced litigation team to ensure you don’t leave any stone unturned to get the best possible payout.
Call for a Free Case Evaluation
If you or a family member are dealing with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma or another cancer that might be tied to Roundup, then contact us today for a free consultation.
We will assess all your details and evidence to establish a timeline of events. From there, we can ensure that you don’t miss the filing deadline for lawsuits.
We also make sure that we put your needs at the center of everything we do. That means less stress and worry for you and your family so that you can focus on medical treatment and improving your health without distractions.