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Roundup Lawsuit Post-Settlement Funding

TriMark Legal Funding provides Roundup lawsuit loans and post-settlement funding to plaintiffs who need money while their attorneys finalize their Roundup settlement.

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    Roundup Lawsuit Loans FAQ


    Post-settlement funding, also known as Roundup lawsuit loans, is a type of cash advance that can give Roundup claimants from $1,000 up to 50% of their net settlement award immediately. This money can be used for past-due bills, monthly expenses, or anything else you need.


    Experts have estimated that an average plaintiff who contracted non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) or other cancers may receive from $10,000 to $250,000 for their injuries. One firm reported that the estimated average settlement will be about $160,000 per plaintiff.


    On June 24, 2020, Bayer AG committed $8.8 billion to $9.6 billion to resolve approximately 125,000 lawsuits and claims by Roundup users. The resolved claims include all plaintiff law firms leading Roundup Produ💰cts Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2741), the bellwether cases in California, as well as the firms representing roughly 95% of Roundup cases currently slated for trial.


    TriMark Legal Funding prides itself on offering the lowest, most competitive rates in the legal funding industry, and we back that up with capped rates and our “Lowest Rate Guarantee”.

    TriMark will match or beat any competitor’s contract rate.


    Everyone’s finances, income, and expenditures are different. You are the only one who can make the decision whether legal funding is the right solution for you.


    No. To qualify for any type of pre-settlement lawsuit funding or post-settlement funding, plaintiffs must be represented by a contingent fee law firm or attorney.

    All plaintiffs in the Roundup Settlement [Roundup Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2741)] are represented by contingent-fee law firms.


    You keep the money and owe nothing.


    As long as your case will support it, yes. On settled cases like the Roundup cancer lawsuit, TriMark Legal Funding can advance up to 50% of an anticipated net settlement award. As long as the total balance does not exceed 50%, multiple lawsuit loans are not a problem.


    Everyone’s individual settlement amounts are different. They are determined by the number of points each plaintiff is awarded. While TriMark Legal Funding does not have a maximum dollar limit, we can fund up to 50% of a plaintiff’s net settlement amount.


    Roundup lawsuit loans are available in most states, with only a few exceptions.

    State consumer protection laws prohibit any type of legal funding in AR, DC, KY, MD, and WV, so residents of those states are, unfortunately, ineligible for Roundup lawsuit post-settlement funding.

    Minimum Funding Amounts Required
    To remain in compliance with some states’ consumer protection laws, minimum funding amounts are required.

    Colorado: The minimum funding amount is $75,000
    North Carolina: The minimum funding amount is $25,000

    For residents of these states, TriMark Legal Funding can consider any request as long as the funded amount satisfies the minimum funding requirement and does not exceed 50% of the net settlement award.

    For more state-specific information, visit the areas we serve.


    It’s not a problem and we handle everything. The previous advance amount is simply paid off and rolled into the new loan, but don’t worry; it won’t cost you anything out-of-pocket.

    TriMark will arrange for the prior advance to be bought and rolled into your new lawsuit loan. At the same time your advance is funded, a check is sent to the previous legal funding company and that advance is paid off in full.

    Roundup Settlement Checks In 2021?

    The good news; Bayer finally agreed to settle the Monsanto Roundup cancer lawsuit for nearly $10 billion.

    Bayer still sells Roundup weed killer and still earns about $6 BILLION per year from it, and still doesn’t want a label warning people that Roundup causes cancer. So it is a foregone conclusion that many more people will develop Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL).

    When they do, they will file more Roundup lawsuits and Bayer knows this.

    Roundup Settlement Is Ongoing

    Bayer inherited the Roundup cancer lawsuit when it acquired Monsanto in 2016.

    In May 2021, Judge Vince Chabbria also foresaw this eventuality and was “tentatively inclined” to reject Bayer’s Roundup settlement offer as a result.

    He cited how Bayer unfairly and inadequately proposed to handle all future Roundup cancer claims. Bayer withdrew the offer and is now reworking it.

    In late July, Bayer announced two possible paths to close the Roundup litigation.

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    What Is Lawsuit Funding?

    An estimated 125,000 lawsuits have been filed in the United States over the use of Monsanto Roundup (glyphosate), claiming the weedkiller contributed to customers’ cancers. 

    Roundup was first introduced in 1973. In 2013 – 40 years later – researchers published the first study suggesting Glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup Weed and Grass killer) causes cancer.

    In March 2015, the World Health Organization took it a step further and announced that it was adding Glyphosate to its list of possible human carcinogens.

    The litigation began against Monsanto for its Roundup weed killer in 2015. Bayer AG inherited the headache when it acquired Monsanto in 2018.

    Glyphosate has been linked to cancer in humans, with thousands of suits pointing to Roundup as a cause for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

    The first cases started around five years ago, which means most plaintiffs have long been waiting for resolution.

    Behind the litigation are significant losses, such as jobs and homes. Cancer patients and their families have been dealing with the emotional and financial blow of battling the illness for up to half a decade. 

    If you have a pending Roundup claim, you’ve probably been pushed into a corner by this contentious legal fight.

    As you seek justice in a tough situation, settlement funding can help. This fast and risk-free, non-recourse cash advance can cover the costs of consultation, treatment, and supportive care. It can bail you out of debt while your payout is put on hold.

    Lawsuit financing is safe because it does not involve monthly repayments. You only pay us when you recover. 

    Monsanto Roundup Cancer Lawsuit Loans

    Bayer faced tens of thousands of claims of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the Roundup cancer lawsuit. The Roundup lawsuit settlement amounts to $10 billion.

    An estimated 125,000 lawsuits have been filed in the United States over the use of Monsanto Roundup (glyphosate), claiming the weedkiller contributed to customers’ cancers.

    Glyphosate has been linked to cancer in humans, with thousands of suits pointing to Roundup as a cause for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

    The first cases started around five years ago, which means most plaintiffs have long been waiting for resolution.

    While trials, negotiations, and a potential global settlement are underway, plaintiffs diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) have already faced an undue economic burden.

    If you’re a diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) patient, chemoimmunotherapy sessions make up the bulk of your expenses. Inpatient and outpatient services can also rack up bills quickly.

    A 1999-2000 study showed that patients with aggressive NHL spent $5871, on average, on monthly treatments. Those with indolent NHL recorded average monthly costs of $3,833.

    In 2020, the cost of cancer care in the U.S. is estimated to increase by 27% due to the changing population. More expensive targeted treatments could be the norm, which could then deepen many patients’ financial struggle.

    Who Is Monsanto?

    Established in 1901, Monsanto has transformed from a chemical company into a corporation focused on agricultural biotechnology. In June 2018, Bayer AG bought it as a part of its crop science division.

    Monsanto’s popular lines include crop seeds, row crops, and glyphosate herbicides, among which is the Roundup brand.

    Roundup, one of its top revenue drivers, has remained useful to farmers. First, they use Roundup Ready to raise crops that are immune to the chemicals found in Roundup. Then, they simply blasted their fields with the weedkiller, and poof, the weeds are dead.

    But according to reports, while Roundup products make the lives of agricultural workers easier, they have dangerous, potentially fatal side effects.

    What Is the Monsanto Roundup Lawsuit Controversy?

    Roundup is the brand of a glyphosate-based herbicide produced by Monsanto. Aside from the active ingredient, its formulation includes surfactants. It was marketed in 1973 after Monsanto developed and patented the glyphosate molecule. The patent expired in 2000.

    After the IARC reported on the link between glyphosate and cancer in humans in 2015, thousands of plaintiffs filed state and federal lawsuits over Roundup. They claimed their cancer had been caused by exposure to the herbicide.

    What Is Glyphosate?

    Glyphosate is one of the most common herbicides in the world. In the United States, it is used by gardeners, farmers, and agricultural workers. It is so popular that Roundup, which contains glyphosate, continues to bring in a tenth of Monsanto’s revenue.

    Glyphosate can be sprayed on GMO and non-GMO crops, helping them grow and ripen while getting weeds out of the way. This means some food may have it at above-average levels. Oat-based products are one example, with breakfast staples like Quaker Old Fashioned Oats and Cheerios showing up in the news.

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) maintains that glyphosate has low toxicity for people.

    Despite the controversy surrounding this chemical and the Monsanto brand, American farmers and longtime customers are not deterred and continue using Roundup.


    Link Between Glyphosate and Cancer

    An IARC report states that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic to humans”. On the other hand, both the EPA and Bayer claim there is no meaningful connection between glyphosate and cancer.

    Yet, EPA may be wrong about its dangers. The risk may increase if the herbicide is used the wrong way and the exposure is high.

    In particular, the exposure of farmers, groundskeepers, gardeners, and the like to the chemical increases the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

    Link Between Roundup and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Plaintiffs of Roundup cases claim their exposure to Roundup directly caused their blood cancer.

    In the lawsuits, they cite Monsanto’s failure to inform them about the dangers of using the product, particularly the development of NHL.

    Roundup contains 41% glyphosate, which is classified as “probably carcinogenic” to humans by the IARC. It belongs to Group 2A, which includes red meat, shiftwork that disrupts circadian cycles, exposure to petroleum refining at work, and frying at high temperatures.

    Has Anyone Won a Roundup Suit or Received a Settlement from Monsanto?

    Bayer, Monsanto’s owner, has not agreed to any settlement as of June 15, 2020. However, reports say the German firm plans to settle a significant number of claims and will announce the details at the end of June.

    Meanwhile, Monsanto has already lost three huge verdicts, partially causing its stock value to plummet.

    • School groundskeeper Dewayne Anthony Lee Johnson was awarded nearly $80 million in damages in August 2018. Mr. Johnson used to spray Roundup up to 30 times every summer. With terminal cancer (also NHL), he fears he may not live long enough to get the money.
    • Gardeners Alva and Alberta Pilliod won $2.05 billion in a suit in May 2019. Both have NHL and used Monsanto’s Roundup spray to clear their driveway of weeds for two decades.

    What Is the Future for Monsanto Roundup Plaintiffs?

    At the end of June, Monsanto’s parent company Bayer AG will announce its plans to settle a substantial portion of its U.S. lawsuits for $10 billion. This considerable move has involved high-stakes mediation talks, according to Bloomberg.

    While no details have been disclosed, the deals are estimated to cover 50,000 to 85,000 claims. Plaintiffs can receive a few thousands to a few millions each in settlement payout.

    Avoiding jury trials is a priority for Bayer, which inherited the costly legal battle when it acquired Monsanto in 2018. The company seeks to improve Monsanto’s share price, which has declined throughout the lifetime of these suits and three U.S. court trials.

    How Roundup Lawsuit Funding Work

    TriMark specializes in helping personal injury victims.
    Our Roundup lawsuit post-settlement funding is a simple 3-step process:

    1. Apply for Funding

    You can apply online or by phone. We’ll answer any questions you have and gather some basic info about your case.

    2. Review & Approval

    Our underwriting team will work with your attorney to verify case details and approve your request.

    3. Receive Your Cash

    Funding agreement is executed via Docusign and we send your cash by wire transfer or FedEx Overnight.


    Receive $1,000 to $250,000 in 4-24 hours after approval. No upfront or hidden fees and no hassles – EVER. You can relax while we work with your attorney to get you approved quickly.


    On settled cases, we can offer capped, non-compounding rates of just over 2%.
    We will match or beat any competitor’s contract rate.

    100% RISK-FREE

    Receive cash now but repay nothing until after your case settles. No monthly payments. Approval is based on the points and estimated net value of your case.

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    Apply For Roundup Post Settlement Lawsuit Funding Now

    Are you ready to move your life in a more positive direction?

    TriMark Legal Funding is excited to help you through this difficult time. We’ve helped thousands of people in similar circumstances, and we appreciate the opportunity to help you too.

    It’s free to apply, and it only takes a minute. Best of all, you could receive the money you need as quickly as tomorrow. You can apply online or call (877) 932-2628, and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to take your application right over the phone.

    Lawsuit funding from TriMark is just pure financial help, right when you need it most. And approvals can happen so fast that if you apply today, you could receive cash tomorrow.

    When you choose TriMark Legal Funding, you’re in excellent hands, and we’ve always got your back.

    Latest Developments in the Roundup Lawsuit…

    As of December 2021, Monsanto has reached settlement agreements in nearly 100,000 Roundup lawsuits. Monsanto paid approximately $11 billion. Bayer has accomplished this by negotiating block settlement arrangements with plaintiffs’ lawyers who have large numbers of cases in the litigation…. Read more
    California's highest court rejected on Wednesday a challenge by Monsanto Co.'s to $86.2 million in damages to a couple who developed cancer after spraying the company's Roundup weed-killer in their yards for three decades. The state Supreme Court's denial of review upholds an appeals court's ruling in favor of Alva and Alberta Pilliod…. Read more
    The Settlement Deal With Bayer’s Roundup Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Cases Continues –Here Is A Brief History. Bayer has been working out Monsanto’s Roundup settlement since acquiring the glyphosate manufacturer in 2018. The corporation expects to resolve future claims that its weedkiller causes cancer by mid-May. Here is a brief history of Bayer’s $11 billion outline settlement…. Read more
    More than 90 law firms and more than 160 lawyers have notified a federal court judge overseeing U.S. Roundup litigation that they oppose Monsanto owner Bayer AG’s $2 billion plan to settle future claims the company expects to be brought by people diagnosed with cancer they blame on use of Monsanto’s herbicide products. In recent days, nine separate objections to the plan and four amicus briefs have been filed with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, letting Judge Vince Chhabria know the extent of opposition to the proposed class settlement. Chhabria has been overseeing thousands of Roundup cancer lawsuits in what is called ‘multidistrict litigation’ (MDL)…. Read more
    Bayer AG has reached verbal agreements to resolve a substantial portion of an estimated 125,000 U.S. cancer lawsuits over use of its Roundup weedkiller, according to people familiar with the negotiations. The deals, which have yet to be signed and cover an estimated 50,000 to 85,000 suits, are part of a $10 billion Bayer plan to end a costly legal battle the company inherited when it acquired Monsanto in 2018, the people said. While some lawyers are still holding out, payouts for settled cases will range from a few million dollars to a few thousand each, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they aren’t authorized to speak publicly. A surge in Roundup claims, along with some big court losses, have weighed on Bayer since the… Read more
    Bayer AG caught a huge break from a California judge on Thursday. The judge reduced a previous $2 billion jury verdict and slashed the award for a couple who blamed Roundup for their cancer to $86.7 million. The move saved Bayer AG $1.9 billion… Read more
    A California jury awarded over $2 billion to a couple who claimed Bayer AG’s Roundup weed killer gave them cancer. It is the largest U.S. jury verdict to date against Bayer in litigation over the chemical…. Read more
    A California jury on Friday found Monsanto liable in a lawsuit filed by a man who alleged the company’s glyphosate-based weed-killers, including Roundup, caused his cancer and ordered the company to pay a jaw-dropping $289 million in damages. The case of school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson was the first lawsuit to go to trial alleging glyphosate causes cancer. Monsanto, a unit of Bayer AG following a $62.5 billion acquisition by the German conglomerate, faces more than 5,000 similar lawsuits across the United States. The jury at San Francisco’s Superior Court of California deliberated for three days before finding that Monsanto had failed to warn Johnson and other consumers of the cancer risks posed by its weed killers. It awarded $39 million in compensatory and $250 million… Read more

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