Paraquat sufferers who have Parkinson's want to know what settlement amount they can expect from their Paraquat lawsuit. Paraquat litigation is still early so settlement payouts are highly speculative. If the plaintiffs' lawyers succeed in this litigation, we will be able to look at similar injuries to help us get a range of settlements. As the litigation progresses, the expected Paraquat settlement amounts may fluctuate.
Hundreds of farmworkers filed lawsuits alleging that their occupational exposure to paraquat (grameoxone), caused them to develop Parkinson's disease. Paraquat lawsuits will continue to mount and a mass action MDL has been set up to handle them. We will examine the potential value of these paraquat lawsuits by comparing them with settlements in similar mass product cases and tort cases in which plaintiffs developed Parkinson's. However, you can get Paraquat lawsuit FAQs online before moving ahead with the filing of lawsuits.
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Paraquat, an industrial-strength herbicide, has been in use since the 1960s. Paraquat, a toxic chemical, can cause death if inhaled. This is why most European countries have banned it. Paraquat isn't banned in the United States and is used by large commercial farmers.
Recent evidence has shown that paraquat prolonged exposure can cause early-onset Parkinson's disease. Research has shown that farmers who have been exposed to paraquat for a long period of time have a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease. Paraquat was also applied to farms near people who have Parkinson's disease.
Syngenta is a Swiss agrochemical manufacturer that manufactures paraquat. Evidence suggests that Syngenta knew about the causal link between paraquat, Parkinson's disease, and years ago but intentionally concealed it. Syngenta is now facing product liability claims from American distributors and farm workers who were exposed to paraquat.