Monsanto Class Action
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Si fue contratado por el contratista Benito Vázquez o B&F Detasseling para realizar trabajos de desparasitación, enrutamiento o trabajo relacionado en las instalaciones de la compañía Monsanto en Illinois durante los años 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 o 2015, es posible que usted sea parte de Una acción de clase. Comuníquese con Migrant Legal Aid al (616) 454-5055 o visite para obtener información sobre cómo presentar un reclamo.

If you were contracted by the contractor Benito Vazquez or B&F Detasseling to do corn detasseling, rogueing, or related work at Monsanto company facilities in Illinois during the years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, or 2015, it is possible that you are part of a class action.   Contact Migrant Legal Aid at (616) 454-5055 or visit to obtain information about how to present a claim.  

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