Corn farmers rely on the export of their crop to support themselves and their families. Syngenta’s decision to sell the Agrisure Viptera GMO corn seed before approval by major importers of U.S. corn put the livelihood of numerous families across America on the line. For a free case evaluation, please call the experienced attorneys at McWhirter, Bellinger & Associates at 888-353-5513.

Lawsuits against Seed Maker mounting Nationwide

Farmers in Ohio, Minnesota, Kansas, and in states across the country continue to file lawsuits against the Swiss company Syngenta. These farmers, as well as the grain exporters Cargill Inc. and Trans Coastal Supply Co. claim that Syngenta’s decision to sell a certain genetically modified corn seed before it had been approved by China has resulted in substantial monetary losses.

Our attorneys in South Carolina are currently reviewing claims related to losses caused by Syngenta’s decision to sell Agrisure Viptera before China’s approval. Call us for a free case evaluation.

As a result of Syngenta’s decision to sell the seed before China had approved it, China had banned all U.S. corn imports because of the possibility it could be contaminated by cross-pollination with Agrisure Viptera. Since then, China has approved the import of the seed, but it’s much too late for farmers claiming dramatic losses in profit and a drop in the price of corn.

Events leading up to Lawsuits against Syngenta

Agrisure Viptera was approved for planting in the U.S. in 2010. Syngenta then asked China to allow its import. But they began marketing and selling the seed before getting approval from the country. China halted all imports of American corn in 2013.

Was your business affected by the actions of Syngenta? If you suffered economic losses related to these events, then you may be able to file a lawsuit against the Swiss agribusiness. The only way to know for sure is to contact our product liability attorneys for an individualized evaluation of your case.

If you have experienced financial losses related to Syngenta’s GMO corn seed and want to know if you have a case, please contact McWhirter, Bellinger & Associates to schedule a free consultation with our experienced and aggressive attorneys in South Carolina.