If exposure to AFFF has left you suffering from a form of cancer or other serious health effects, you could be entitled to significant compensation
Average settlement payouts are estimated to be between $300,000 to $450,000, depending on the case
Time is Limited - See if you qualify TODAY!
Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) contain harmful chemicals called PFAS that have been linked to several types of cancer
AFFF, a common firefighting agent used by military and civilian firefighters has been found to contain harmful chemicals such as PFAS that are believed to cause several types of cancer as a result of regular exposure.
AFFF has been found to contain PFAS, known as “forever chemicals”
PFAS are referred to as forever chemicals because once they enter your body, they do not break down over time, potentially leading to lifelong health issues:
If you developed Cancer after being exposed to PFFF, you may qualify for significant compensation. Time is limited. See if you qualify TODAY!
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) both warn that exposure to firefighting foam or water contaminated with PFAS can increase the risk of cancer. Because AFFF contains PFAS there is evidence of a link between firefighting foam and certain cancers.
Treatments for these types of conditions can be extremely expensive. Ultimately, exposure to firefighting foam could mean a lifetime of suffering—and struggling to pay staggering hospital bills. If this is your experience, it’s time to be proactive about compensation for your pain.
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