Product Liability

Paraquat & Parkinson's Disease: Know Your Rights

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Recent studies have suggested a potential association between exposure to Paraquat and the development of Parkinson's disease.

What is Paraquat?

Paraquat, a widely used herbicide manufactured by Syngenta and distributed in the US by Chevron USA. Paraquat is known for its effectiveness in controlling weeds and grasses. However, its potential link to Parkinson's disease has raised serious health concerns.

Manufacturers Failure to Protect Customers

Syngenta and Chevron USA have contradicted their own research and knowledge about the potential link between Paraquat and Parkinson's disease. They argue that the companies have consistently denied any connection, despite mounting evidence to the contrary.

The manufacturers knew or should have known about the potential risks associated with Paraquat, yet failed to adequately warn or protect consumers.

You May Be Eligible for Compensation

If you have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and have a history of exposure to Paraquat, you may be eligible for compensation. The manufacturers' alleged negligence and failure to warn consumers about the potential risks have led to unnecessary suffering and financial burden.

Furthermore, if you can demonstrate that your exposure to Paraquat and your diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, you may have a strong case for compensation.

If you were exposed to Paraquat through your occupation, such as farming or landscaping, this could be a significant factor. Additionally, if you can show that you were not adequately warned about the potential risks of Paraquat, this could further support your claim.

Submit Your Claim

If you believe you have been affected by Paraquat and have developed Parkinson's disease as a result, click the "Join" button at the bottom of the page and submit your case. Lawyers are standing by to help. You may be entitled to compensation for your suffering and financial losses.

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