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Goldberg Legal Co., LPA

Steven M. Goldberg

440.519.9900

July 2019

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Monsanto to Pay $289 Million to Cancer Patient in Roundup Lawsuit

In August 2018, a jury for the Superior Court of California ordered Monsanto to pay $289 million to Dewayne Johnson, a former school district groundskeeper, because of Roundup’s likely role in contributing to his cancer. As a result, the number of glyphosate lawsuits against Monsanto has ballooned to more than 8,700 cases.

Anyone who has used Monsanto’s Roundup and later been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma or another form of cancer may be eligible to file a lawsuit. Goldberg Legal is actively investigating cases involving Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma connected to Roundup use. Contact our office at (440) 519-9900, for more information or to discuss a possible claim.

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Choose the Right Helmet for Every Child’s Activity

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Kids are everywhere, wringing out every sunny minute of summer vacation. Bike rides, scooter trips, summer practices and games for every imaginable sport – there’s lots of fun to be had. With all of that comes the possibility for a crash or a fall that could cause a serious head injury. And that’s why You Should Know how to protect the kids in your life with the right helmet for every activity.
 

BY THE NUMBERS

70%

According to a new study in the Journal of Pediatrics, 70% of all youth concussions are sports- and recreation-related. 


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Properly Fit a Bicycle Helmet

Watch how you can properly fit a kid’s bike helmet and help prevent serious head injuries. 
 

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HELMET FACT SHEETS

Is your kid starting a new sport? Check out these fact sheets for the helmets used in most sports.
 

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