Pesticides are widely used throughout the US in non-agricultural settings, including outside and inside homes, homes, and in offices, schools, and more.


Pesticides are widely used throughout the United States in non-agricultural settings, including inside homes, outside homes, and in offices, schools, and recreational areas. Though often misunderstood to refer only to insecticides, the term pesticide also applies to herbicides, fungicides, and various other substances used to control pests. Over 100 million pounds of pesticides are applied on lawns alone every year. The use of lawn care pesticides is increasing at about 5 to 8 percent annually. In fact, four times as many pesticides are used on home lawns as are used to grow food crops.

All pesticide products — whether used in lawn care, household fumigation, pet care or in personal-care products like insect repellents — contain substantial amounts of inert ingredients that are harmful to your health. Small amounts of some pesticides can cause eye and skin irritations, damage to the nervous, hormonal and immune systems, cancer, and even death. Despite this, large quantities of pesticides are used in the United States every year. RobertsMiceli LLP aggressively litigates all pesticide cases to help our clients get full compensation for their injuries.

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