Adama Group and paraquat exposure
Adama Group is a global leader in crop protection, offering solutions to farmers and customers worldwide to combat weeds, insects, and disease. It is currently in business in 40 countries and was founded over 70 years ago. The manufacturer is a distinctive member of the Syngenta Group, the largest agricultural inputs company. However, the paraquat they manufacture is very toxic, which is why numerous people who had been using it on a regular basis came to struggle with Parkinson’s disease.
While Adama Group provides information about the dangers of paraquat poisoning on the label of their product, the company fails to warn of the consequences of prolonged exposure to Parazone, which may result in Parkinson’s disease. For this reason, numerous people have been filing claims with the company over recent years. Similar to nearly all the other paraquat manufacturers, Adama Group does not offer information concerning the consequences of paraquat exposure on the label of Parazone. Nevertheless, the label of Parazone advises the users to wear adequate protective equipment when working with this dangerous herbicide. Unfortunately, this is not enough to prevent exposure, as people who use paraquat on a regular basis have a high risk of developing Parkinson’s disease over the years.
Quality legal assistance for people injured by paraquat exposure
If you have a family member who used Parazone and developed Parkinson’s disease, please contact our law firm, as we specialize in toxic exposure and will help you file a claim with Adama Group to recover financial compensation on their behalf. We have been providing quality legal assistance to victims of toxic exposure since 1990 and will offer you the guidance you need to file a paraquat claim with the liable company. If your loved one was exposed to other brands of paraquat, the claim will be filed with all the responsible companies. Unlike a lawsuit, filing a claim entails a significantly easier process.
Nonetheless, it is important to seek legal assistance as soon as your family member receives their diagnosis, as the process of preparing your claim for submission and gathering pertinent evidence to support it is quite complex and tedious. There is a statute of limitations for product liability claims, which refers to the timeframe within which you can file your claim. The majority of states have a statute of limitations of 2 or 3 years from the moment of diagnosis. For this reason, you should reach out to our law firm as soon as possible, as your family member will no longer be eligible for compensation if the statute of limitations is exceeded. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will gladly help you with the information you need.