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You’ll find information about the latest Roundup lawsuit update 2019 online at Your Case Worth when you stop by and check out our ‘News’ section. Revisit our site whenever you want to stay informed regarding Monsanto’s Roundup cases or when you’re ready to contact us regarding your personal claim. If Roundup harmed you or someone you care about, you could be eligible for a fair share of an upcoming judgment against Monsanto. At Your Case Worth, we’ll fight for your rights and guide you through the filing process to ensure your case gets the attention it deserves.
Can I Win a Case Against Monsanto?
You may have heard stories in years past about farmers who went up against Monsanto and were forced into bankruptcy by the corporate giant- those days are gone. Monsanto’s teeth have been pulled, and their multi-billions in holdings are quickly being liquidated to pay out settlements to victims exposed to their toxic product, Roundup. The good news to victims is that Monsanto’s holdings near one trillion dollars- enough to pay each victim of Roundup exposure more than $1 million. Time is of the essence if you plan to file a claim in court. Contact Your Case Worth for a Roundup lawsuit update 2019.
How Do I File a Claim For Roundup Exposure?
The fastest and easiest way to get your case to court is by contacting Your Case Worth and having your Roundup claim added to a class-action lawsuit against Monsanto C-A suits are generally more consistent and move through the justice system quicker than individual cases. Don’t wait- once Monsanto’s net worth is liquidated in full, your claim may not result in your desired outcome. Contact us now for assistance in obtaining restitution for damages and harm caused by exposure to Roundup.
The first step in filing a lawsuit against Monsanto is to examine your case details. Submit your claim to us using the free tools on Your Case Worth. If you or someone you love has suffered loss of health or life through repeated exposure to Roundup, we’ll make sure Monsanto pays for their actions, which have been deemed by several courts as not only negligent but as intentional criminal actions. This ruling forced the federal justice system to take a second look at Monsanto’s operations, resulting in the removal of the statute of limitations concerning Monsanto lawsuits.
What 'No Limitations' Means
Typically, an injury case must be brought to court within a specific window of opportunity; however, in the case of Monsanto, there are no time limitations, so you can file a claim against the corporation, even if exposure to their product occurred 30 years ago- or longer. You can file on behalf of yourself, a family member still living, or a deceased family member who suffered due to Monsanto’s criminal actions.
Read a free Roundup lawsuit update 2019 on Your Case Worth or connect with us through our website when you’re ready to get started.