Are you or a loved one are dealing with cancer? Don't miss this event...
If you used Roundup and later developed non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, you will want to attend this free event about compensation potentially owed you.
This event is for farmers and farm workers, groundskeepers, lawn maintenance workers, anyone dealing with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma who used Roundup on a consistent basis.
3 Free Seminars Discuss Roundup Cancer Payments
- When: Saturday, April 13th
- Times: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and noon
- Where: Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Crystal Coast Ballroom, 4700 Emperor Blvd., Durham, NC 27703
How to Potentially Make Monsanto Pay for Your Suffering
Anyone dealing with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma who used Roundup on a consistent basis, should attend this free event to hear attorney Michael Jordan discuss:
- The massive litigation against Monsanto, Roundup’s manufacturer
- Who might qualify for payments
- How the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin can potentially help you recover compensation for damages to you and your family
“Not only is the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin one of the largest injury firms in the Southeast, but they have taken care of me and my family before, as well as thousands of farmers. They’re very powerful, and can help you figure out what to do next.”
— John Boyd, Jr., Founder and President, National Black Farmers Association, Association of American Indian Farmers, National Womens Farming Association
Monsanto’s Deception Could Cost Them Billions in Cancer Claims
After more than 40 years in use as a weed killer across the globe, internal Monsanto documents have surfaced that show Monsanto has known for decades that Roundup could cause cancer. Experts suggest that Monsanto could be in court for decades and be on the hook for potentially billions of dollars in damages. The first case alone, yielded an elementary school groundskeeper $289 million.
These three seminars are offered one day only – Saturday, April 13th in Durham
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*Disclaimer: The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin only practices in North Carolina, but is facilitating Roundup cases nationwide. We consult with a national network of attorneys to try to provide the best representation for clients. If we feel it is in your best interests and you agree, we may refer your matter to another associate.