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Were you or a loved one diagnosed with cancer after exposure to Aqueous Film- Forming Foam (AFFF), or Firefighting Foam? Find out if you qualify to file a claim.

Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) May Contain Life-Threatening Chemicals

AFFF is a common firefighting foam used by civilian and military firefighters. Many brave firefighters were exposed to toxic chemicals, such as PFAS. Studies have shown PFAS can increase the risk of cancer.

Those diagnosed with cancer after exposure to firefighting foam may be entitled to a settlement. Thousands have filed claims already. If firefighting foam caused harm to you or your loved one, it’s time to take action.

3M Announces Landmark Settlement

3M — a massive multinational conglomerate — recently reached a $10.3 billion settlement to try to resolve cases related to Forever Chemicals lawsuits. The forever chemicals were found to be in drinking water and firefighting foam to even
Those exposed to AFFF and were diagnosed with cancer after their exposure may be entitled to a large settlement payout. Some lawsuit experts have estimated the payouts to be between $75,000 to $600,000 — but each case is different and settlements can vary significantly.

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Pfas exposure and risk of cancer. National Cancer Institute. (n.d.).

Friedman, L., & Giang, V. (2023, June 22). 3M reaches $10.3 billion settlement in “Forever Chemicals” suits. The New York Times.

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