In a recent lawsuit, Roundup® Weed Killer has been linked to certain forms of cancer. If you or a loved one has been exposed to this product, you may have the right to compensation.
Timothy Litzenburg, Esq. represented the plaintiff who won a $289 million verdict against Monsanto in August 2018 (the jury’s verdict was later reduced to $78 million by the presiding judge). In addition to successfully representing that plaintiff throughout the entire course of the case, he was one of the trial attorneys who handled the two-month trial that culminated in the $289 million verdict. Mr. Litzenburg, along with his colleagues, recently accepted the honor of Trial Team of the Year by the National Trial Lawyers association for their success in Dewayne “Lee” Johnson v. Monsanto.
In the wake of that victory, Mr. Litzenburg has started a new firm devoted to representing the victims of Monsanto. The use of Roundup weedkiller has been shown again and again to cause non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Mr. Litzenburg has appeared internationally to speak on this topic and has been in the press countless times related to Roundup litigation. If you or a loved one developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma after using the product, you likely have a viable case and Timothy can use his winning formula to obtain favorable results for you, too (past verdicts do not in any way guarantee future results).
There are many law firms advertising that they will represent you in a Roundup case, but Mr. Litzenburg is part of a select few attorneys who are focused on the actual litigation of Roundup cases against Monsanto. There are only a small handful of attorneys willing to actually go to trial and fight for your rights on these cases, and Timothy is one of them. He would be honored to represent you or a loved one if you have a case.
I have appeared internationally to speak on this topic and has been in the press countless times. There are only a small handful of attorneys willing to actually go to trial on these cases, and I am one of them.
Meet the small-town attorney who took Monsanto for $289M
Yesterday, we took another incremental step towards justice in the second Roundup case to go to trial against Monsanto. The jury in Edwin Hardeman’s Roundup
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