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Have You Been Diagnosed With Kidney, Testicular, Pancreatic, or Other Cancer?

If so, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Our attorneys are reviewing claims on behalf of firefighters who were exposed to a toxic foam from the firefighting effort and may have developed cancers. Aqueous Filmforming Foam (AFFF), a type of firefighting foam, contains hazardous compounds known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), which have a cancer association. While US military firefighters have been using oil-based wildfires for decades, AFFF is specifically curated to fight jet fuel-fueled fires.

Firefighters regularly exposed to AFFF can get cancer. A range of cancers- including, but not limited to, breast, liver, pancreatic, prostate, and testicular cancer- have been linked to exposure to chemicals that form AFF.

Companies, including 3M and Dupont, have sold AFFF products for decades. According to reports, the foam has been used nationwide since the early 1970s. Hence, it’s probable that the foam makers were aware of the potential toxicity of the PFAS compounds found in AFFFs for years. Studies have shown that by the late 1970s, the chemicals PFOS had been detected in blood from workers in PFAS manufacturing facilities and blood from the general public. Ten years later, evidence and research proved that the compounds were to blame for animal malignancies.

The US Environmental Protection Agency initiated a program in 2006 to reduce PFAS product emissions and composition by 95% by 2010 and 100% by 2015. As a result, many manufacturers began using or producing foams using “short-chain PFAS,” which was assumed to be safe for human health, though more recent studies show it may not. Before that, the manufacturers of AFFF failed to act to protect users of AFFF, even though they knew about AFFFs potential harmfulness.

A firefighting foam lawsuit could hold these manufacturers responsible for their negligence. AFFF manufacturers may have been negligent in designing, engineering, manufacturing, testing, and distributing these products.

Let our lawyers help you fight for justice. If either you or a beloved friend or relative has been given a cancer diagnosis due to using AFFs Firefighting Foam, contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

You may be entitled to significant money for your losses, including income loss and prior and foreseeable medical expenses. You could also be entitled to non-economic damages for losses like pain and suffering. The specifics of your case will determine the precise amount of your settlement.

How Can A Firefighting Foam Lawyer Help You?

A lawyer may provide your best chances of getting fair compensation.

Our national network of top-rated trial lawyers is focused on fighting for you, which is why we fight to obtain total and fair compensation for every client. The highly skilled legal team is equipped to take on large manufacturers in the courtroom. We have the resources to challenge America’s biggest bullying companies and have a proven track record with millions recovered for clients.

How Do I Know If I Have An AFFF Case?

If you were diagnosed with cancer due to using AFFs Firefighting Foam, you could be eligible for compensation. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation by calling (888) 491-0444.

Starting is free; we only get compensated if your case is successful. Can I afford to hire an attorney? Yes, you can afford high-quality legal representation.

Our attorneys operate under a contingency fee model. As a result, they only earn money if they successfully prosecute or settle your case.

The Law May Limit The Time You Have To File A Firefighting Foam Lawsuit

Under the legal rule known as “the statute of limitations,” any claim stemming from an AFFF firefighting foam cancer diagnosis must be filed within a specific period of time, otherwise, the injured person’s legal claims are barred, and their right to bring suit is lost for all time.

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