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Earlier this week, Bayer announced a mass tort agreement in which it will pay up to $300 million to settle claims resulting from the ongoing dicamba volatility litigation. The multidistrict litigation (MDL), which was consolidated in the Eastern District of Missouri, alleges that dicamba caused damage to soybean and cotton crops in Arkansas and other states in recent years. Thousands of farmers may be eligible for payments under the terms and conditions of the settlement. Claimants will need to show that that their soybean crops had dicamba damage symptomology and yield loss in order to qualify. The Paul Byrd Law Firm,

Getting into a motorcycle accident can be an unsettling experience. A collision with another vehicle, bicycle, pedestrian, or object can cause the motorcycle to turn on its side and put you on the ground. After this happens, your heart starts racing and your mind goes into a million different directions as you try to figure out what this means and how to deal with it.  “How badly is my bike damaged?” “Do I have any injuries?” “What do I need to do now to handle the situation?” These are just a few of the thoughts that will most likely go through your mind as you try to

You have sustained serious injuries caused by a wrongdoer and are facing lots of challenges.  You are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit. One of the first questions on many people’s minds is how long they have to do this. Under the statute of limitations enforced by Arkansas law, for most claims, you have three years from the date of the accident to sue the responsible party.  Some statute of limitations are shorter than three years so it is very good that you speak with an attorney as soon as you can. Injured people also want to know what to expect