Are you or a loved one a firefighter and exposed to firefigher foam or AFFF?

Are you or a loved one a firefighter and exposed to firefigher foam or AFFF?

If you or a loved one developed an injury or cancer after being exposed to firefighting foam, you may be eligible for Significant Financial Compensation!

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Who Qualifies For Compensation?

Several government agencies, such as the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS), have undertaken investigations into the contamination and effects of PFAS. In fact, even the manufacturer 3M conducted research during the 1970's and discovered the hazardous nature of AFFF exposure. These substances have been linked to multiple health ailments, including different forms of cancer.
Bladder Cancer
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Testicular Cancer
Kidney Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Thyroid Cancer
Liver Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Ulcerative Colitis

What Is AFFF or Firefighting Foam?

Known officially as aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), firefighting foam creates a blanket that cuts off the fuel from the oxygen it needs to burn. To help smother the fire, chemicals called perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were, and in some circumstances, still are used.

Major health organizations like The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the American Cancer Society (ACS) have noted that certain PFAS chemicals may be linked to cancer in firefighters.


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Why File an AFFF Lawsuit?

Today, the companies that produced firefighting foams with PFAS are coming under legal and medical scrutiny. According to recent reports, some companies may have known about the health risks of their firefoams for decades but did not take sufficient action to protect the general public.

As a result, people are now able to take legal action against these companies, seeking justice and compensation for the long-term damage that was done.

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Fire Fighting Foam Health Risks

AFFF foams were first introduced in the 1960s and designed specifically for use on petroleum-based fires where traditional water suppression alone would be ineffective and inadvisable. They have been in use for decades by both military and civilian firefighters in response to Class B fires.

The firefighting foam contains chemicals known as poly- and perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), which include perfluoroctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluoroctanoic acid (PFOA).

These fire foam chemicals have been found to bind to proteins in the blood, as well as leach into drinking water supplies and into the soil. They are not biodegradable and are projected to take thousands of years to degrade, earning the nickname “forever chemicals”.

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