If you or a loved one were exposed to AFFF firefighting foam and were subsequently diagnosed with cancer . . .
you may qualify for a cash settlement.
Manufacturers like 3M and DuPont knew their firefighter foam was linked to cancer for decades.
Yet, they took no steps to protect the people who put their lives on the line.
These companies have an obligation to disclose of the dangers their products can cause. When they breach that duty, as they did here, they become liable.
Let us pursue justice for you or your loved one. We’re here to help.
Victims who have been exposed to AFFF Firefighting Foam as part of their occupation or training, and have been diagnosed with cancer, are pursuing settlements because:
If you or a loved one was exposed to AFFF firefighting foam and were subsequently diagnosed with cancer . . . you may qualify for a cash settlement.
3M and DuPont announced over $11 billion in combined settlements for municipalities that provided water to their residents.
Next up is the pool of individuals who are mostly firefighters and military members.
The recent billion-dollar settlement announcements for drinking water suppliers indicate 2023 could be a landmark year.
But when settlements are made, law firms often agree not to pursue more clients..
Hence, time is of the essence. Let us help you today.
Allegations include failure to adequately warn about safety risks and the potential life-threatening carcinogens with AFFF Firefighting Foam.
Medical expenses, both past, present and future, are often included in settlements. Get help today from an advocate since manufacturers may have failed to warn their product could cost you thousands in lifesaving treatments.
You could receive compensation if manufacturers breached their responsibility to warn about serious carcinogenic side effects. Companies have a responsibility to provide safe products and disclose of hidden dangers.
AFFF Firefighting Foam can cause cancer that leads to death. If your loved one could not survive the complications caused by their foam, you could pursue a wrongful death action. Although we cannot bring our loved ones back, we are here to help provide some level of justice.