Dicamba Drift Lawsuit Attorneys
Our attorneys are investigating claims caused by dicamba drift for the 2016 and 2017 crop years in multiple states.
As of July 7, 2017, the Missouri Soybean Association estimates over 200,000 acres of soybeans have been damaged by dicamba drift in Missouri alone. This number is even more staggering when considering the damages from dicamba drift across other states in the Midwest and South.
Our attorneys are different because we are focused on each farmer’s individual case, and not in rounding up a bunch of farmers to participate in a prolonged and expensive class action lawsuit that will take years to complete. Many of our lawyers either grew up on farms, or lived in rural communities. We have seen how dicamba drift can completely decimate your crops. When you depend on a good yield to put food on the table and pay your bills, one bad year can set your family operation back for years to come.
A big reason dicamba drift has been so bad is because applicators did not follow the instructions on the label. Whether it’s XtendiMax®, Engenia®, or some other dicamba-based herbicide, the fact remains that each applicator is responsible for following the label’s instructions and ensuring that the conditions are right for spraying dicamba.
If you suspect that your soybeans or other crops have been damaged by dicamba, call us at (816) 364-6677 or fill out a case evaluation form to receive a free consultation to determine if you are entitled to compensation from dicamba damage.
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