Firefighters Diagnosed With Cancer Claim Large Cash Settlements After Foam Manufacturers Deceitful Act...
Stephen Mitchell, Esq - July 25, 2019
Millions of brave firefighters put their lives on the line to protect the people, not profits. Chemical giants manufacturing firefighting foam knowingly putting millions of lives at risk of cancer when they failed to warn people about the toxic ingredients. Victims and advocates of this deceitful act are coming together to recover the large cash settlements our firefighters deserve. Victims are represented by an attorney who has recovered millions for these types of cases. Clients pay nothing unless the law firm wins. That's why more and more victims are clicking here to apply now.
This is not a lawsuit against fire departments, military or any state, local or federal agencies.
For more than 60 years firefighters have trusted aqueous film-forming (AFFF) foam to extinguish fires across the nation. However, recent studies have shown the startling truth about the toxic chemicals used in AFFF foam.
Although many of these foam manufacturers only list "proprietary fluorosurfactant mixtures" as ingredients, a recent study conducted on AFFF foam chemicals identified an increased risk of developing various types of cancer.
Quick Version: Chemical giants manufacturing firefighting foam knowingly put millions of lives at risk of cancer when they failed to warn firefighters about the toxic ingredients. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after the use of firefighter foam products, you may be entitled to a large cash settlement. Victims are urged to click here to apply now.
Chemicals Used In Firefighting Foam May Cause:
Doing Chemo As I Type This Out
"Just diagnosed with Lymphoma… Doing chemo as I type this out. Guys/gals wash your gear all of it. Wear your SCBA and decon. This stuff is no joke," said Robert, a 19-year veteran firefighter.
Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Manufacturers
“The corporations we’re suing today knew full well the health and environmental risks associated with this foam,” said Attorney General Gurbir Grewal. “Their conduct was unconscionable, and we’re going to hold these companies accountable.”
Chemical giants knowingly put millions of lives at risk for cancer and have yet to help the victims. Firefighters and advocates are coming together to call out the chemical giants putting their profits before the lives of our brave firefighters.
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