Paraquat is a toxic chemical that is widely used as an herbicide used primarily for weed and grass control. Studies have shown an increased risk of Parkinson's Disease for anyone exposed to this toxic chemical.

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease after using paraquat, you could be owed money.

Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease:

  • Slowness of movement
  • Tremors
  • Limb stiffness
  • Trouble with balance
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Loss of mental sharpness
  • Constipations, impaired bladder control
  • Hallucinations
  • Delusions
  • And more…
Paraquat Symtoms


If you were exposed to paraquat and then developed Parkinson's Disease, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation!

Paraquat lawsuits are currently being filed! There is a time deadline! Do not delay if you have suffered from Parkinson's Disease or any other serious side effect as a result of paraquat.

Don’t wait, call now! The call is free, the case review is free. You may be entitled to the financial compensation you deserve.

Paraquat Lawsuit
Paraquat Weed Lawsuit



Paraquat is a commonly used chemical herbicide, or weed killer, primarily for weed and grass control, and is highly toxic. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has classified paraquat as "restricted use" so it can only be used by licensed applicators. The 2011 study done by the National Institute of Health, called the Farming and Movement Evaluation (FAME) study, found that people who used paraquat were roughly 2.5 times more likely to develop Parkinson's Disease. Worldwide, paraquat is one of the most commonly used herbicides.

Paraquat is a highly toxic chemical that is widely used as an herbicide by farm workers and other agricultural workers. Workers who used paraquat, anyone in the fields after paraquat was applied, or near the spraying of paraquat may have an increased risk of Parkinson's Disease.

If you think you may have been exposed to paraquat on your clothes or body, remove your clothing, wash your entire body with soap and water, and get medical care as quickly as possible.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The New York Times