Representing Firefighting Foam Victims
The chemical-based firefighting foam (known as aqueous film-forming foam or AFFF) has been sold to fire officials to help put out fires for decades. What our firefighters didn’t know until recently is that the manufacturers of AFFF have used dangerous chemicals called PFAS to make this foam since the 1960s.
Those most at risk are military firefighters and firefighters assigned to airports. If you or a loved one was exposed to firefighting foam on the job and was diagnosed with cancer, you may deserve compensation.
Firefighting Foam and Cancer
Although firefighting foam has been sold for decades, the side effects of the PFAS chemicals found in the foam have only recently surfaced.
Exposure to this foam may cause firefighters to develop:
- Renal or kidney cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Liver cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Reproductive issues
PFAS Effects Are Long-Lasting
PFAS do not break down easily and can last for years. What this means for unsuspecting firefighters is that this chemical can remain in the body for extended periods of time, causing serious health issues over time.
If you were diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to PFAS at any stage in your career, you may need an experienced law firm to help get you the compensation you need and deserve for your suffering.
Contact Us Now for a Free, Confidential Case Evaluation
It’s devastating to know that firefighters who put their lives on the line day after day and year after year have been continuously exposed to known cancer-causing chemicals in a foam that has also saved so many.
Contact us for a free and confidential case evaluation to learn how we can help you through the process of getting the compensation you deserve. Your selfless service to our communities should be honored. We’re here to help.