AH 501 is a highly toxic herbicide. Containing nearly 50% paraquat dichloride, the smallest exposure could potentially be fatal. It is illegal under federal law to use this product on playgrounds, recreational parks, sports fields, schools, and golf courses. Only those who have completed mandatory training through the Environmental Protection Agency can handle this dangerous herbicide. When using any herbicide containing paraquat, the following safety equipment must be worn by the certified applicator to keep exposure to a minimum:
The active ingredient in AH 501 is paraquat. Paraquat exposure has been linked to Parkinson’s Disease, and those who have been exposed are at a 250% higher risk of developing it. If you or a loved one have a history of exposure to paraquat via the product AH 501 and have been diagnosed with, or are experiencing symptoms of, Parkinson’s Disease, we strongly encourage you to contact our firm. Seek immediate medical attention if you are experiencing any of the following: tremors in the hands, legs, jaw, or head; stiff limbs; impaired balance and coordination. Parkinson’s Disease is often misdiagnosed, so it is encouraged to seek a second and even a third opinion.
At this time it is not. Due to the varying degree of injury from plaintiff to plaintiff, we do not intend to file a class-action.
Our main area of practice is toxic exposure, and we are prepared to get you and your family the compensation you deserve from any manufacturer of paraquat. We will not get paid unless we obtain compensation for you. We are here to help answer any questions you may have about the Paraquat Lawsuit.