Farmers, have you suffered dicamba-related damage? Gray, Ritter & Graham, P.C., a firm with a proven history of representing farmers economically hurt through the actions of others, is here to help.
Dicamba is the active ingredient in several broad-spectrum herbicides. Due to the introduction of dicamba-resistant seeds, use of these herbicides over-the-top during the crop season has been made possible in recent years. Dicamba-resistant herbicides are highly volatile and prone to moving to off-target crops after application.
Dicamba has extreme negative effects on broad-leaf plants, including trees, fruits, vegetables, and various crops, especially soybeans. Soybeans are highly sensitive to dicamba, even in trace amounts. A soybean plant damaged by dicamba suffers significant loss of pods throughout the stem, reduced number of beans per pod, and discoloration and cupping of the leaves of the plant.
Farmers around the country have filed thousands of complaints regarding dicamba damage. Nationally, approximately 2,200 dicamba-related injury investigations have been or are being conducted with more than 3.6 million acres of soybeans demonstrating signs of dicamba damage.
Gray, Ritter & Graham P.C., is a premier St. Louis law firm specializing in representing plaintiffs in cases including agricultural loss. Members of our firm have successfully dealt with big biotech companies for decades, working tirelessly to obtain the best results possible for our clients.
Nearly $1 Billion in Financial Recoveries for Farmers
Our experience includes front-line leadership in two of the largest cases to address accountability of developers in commercializing genetically modified traits. In re Genetically Modified Rice Litigation, we were appointed by the court to lead multidistrict litigation involving thousands of rice farmers in Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, trying three cases to plaintiffs’ verdicts, and spearheading negotiations that culminated in a historic $750 million settlement. More recently, our attorneys again were appointed to leadership and again went to trial in the first successful verdict in In re Syngenta AG MIR162 Corn Litigation, where we obtained a $217 million judgment on behalf of Kansas corn farmers.
If you or anyone you know has experienced any dicamba damage, please contact Gray, Ritter & Graham, P.C. We would be happy to evaluate your case at no charge to you. If we ultimately take your case, we would do so on a contingent-fee basis with no out-of-pocket payment by you. Any payment to us would be out of the recovery we obtain for you.
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