Monsanto Roundup Cancer Lawsuit


If you or a loved one have a history of using Roundup products and have been diagnosed with a form of cancer, it is time to recover what you’re entitled to.

    The agrochemical company Monsanto has been ordered to pay $289 million in damages to a plaintiff after its popular herbicide, Roundup allegedly resulted in the cancer, known as non-Hodgkin lymphoma. If you or a loved one have a history of using Roundup products and have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, you may also be entitled to compensation. Contact the Ohio personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick at (888) 211-2594 for a free consultation.

    Speak with a Monsanto Roundup Cancer Lawyer

    Kisling, Nestico & Redick is currently investigating cases involving the long-term and heavy use of Roundup and other products containing the ingredient glyphosate being linked to various forms of cancer. If you’ve been affected by exposure to Roundup, you may be able to recover compensation for:

    • Medical costs and hospital bills
    • Loss of income
    • Disability or physical impairment
    • Disfigurement
    • Pain and suffering
    • Mental anguish
    • Loss of consortium

    Schedule a Free Case Evaluation to Learn More

    Once you contact us through our online form or call us at (888) 211-2594, we will schedule a free, no-risk consultation, so you can learn about your legal rights and options without worrying about a fee. We have 11 different offices in or near Akron, Cleveland, Canton, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Toledo, and Youngstown. We are happy to meet with you at the time and location most convenient for you and your family.

    At KNR, You will benefit from:

    • No Upfront Costs or Hourly Fees
      We take cases on a contingency basis, meaning that our fee is entirely dependent on you recovering compensation. If you don’t obtain a financial settlement or jury award, you owe us nothing.
    • Over 500 Years of Legal Experience
      Through decades of hard work and a passion for helping victims secure justice, KNR has gained in-depth experience as to what makes a successful case and a reputation as a top-rated Ohio personal injury law firm.
    • A Client First Approach
      We combine the experience and resources of a large firm with the client-focused service you deserve. As a result, we strive to understand what you are going through and your needs will be at the forefront of every action we take.
    • A History of Excellence & Success
      Our background includes over 10,000 successful cases and more than $500 million in court verdicts and settlements.

    Is Roundup Causing Cancer?

    Much of the debate regarding the cancer-causing properties of Roundup, which is a widely used herbicide for killing weeds and grass centers on its manufacturer, Monsanto (which recently merged with the chemical company Bayer). Specifically, when it learned of the potential health risks of glyphosate and if the company intentionally hid this information from the public.

    Several studies of glyphosate and cancer are ongoing and while further research is necessary to confirm its possible links to non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other forms of cancer, a 2015 report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified glyphosate — Roundup’s active ingredient as a probable human carcinogen, alongside DDT and the insecticide malathion. 

    During the recent litigation, millions of pages of Monsanto corporate e-mails, memos, and scientific studies were admitted into evidence. Upon review, the attorneys for the plaintiff argued that while the cancer link was becoming apparent, Monsanto was allegedly working to influence the scientific data to avoid an official classification of glyphosate as a carcinogen.

    • According to the American Cancer Society non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a common cancer that will likely kill nearly 20,000 people in the United States this year.
    • Since it was released in 1974, Americans have sprayed more than 1.8 million tons of Roundup and its main ingredient, glyphosate; worldwide, the figure stands at 9.4 million tons.
    • A recent report by the Environmental Working Group has also indicated that glyphosate is so common, trace amounts have been found in everyday foods, from cereal to granola bars.

    If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or another form of cancer and believe that exposure to Roundup, Ranger Pro or another product containing glyphosate was the cause, please complete our online form and speak with KNR about how we can help.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What type of compensation can I expect?
    You may be able to collect compensation for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement, mental anguish, and in some situations – punitive damages, which are meant to punish the liable party.

    What will it cost to hire a lawyer?
    At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, our Ohio personal injury attorneys offer free and confidential case consultations with each prospective client. In fact, we do not charge attorney fees until you recover compensation for your case.

    Who is responsible for warning people about Roundup?
    When a manufacturer or seller knows that a product may be dangerous, they have an obligation to include a warning, such as a label on an electric appliance that warns not to use it in water or warnings on cigarettes that advise people of the health risks . When no warning is provided, that may be considered a warning defect. Pinpointing the cause of an injury and the nature of a defect can be complicated. For that reason, it’s always best to consult an experienced personal injury lawyer.

    Let KNR Fight for the Justice You Deserve

    Over 8,000 lawsuits are pending against Monsanto for allegedly breaching the duty of care it owed you and its other customers. You aren’t alone and should not suffer the burden alone.


    If you or a loved one have a history of using Roundup products and have been diagnosed with a form of cancer, it is time to recover what you’re entitled to. Contact the Ohio personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick at (888) 211-2594 or online for a free, no-risk consultation.