You can file a wrongful death claim if you lost a family member to cancer from AFFF exposure.
The wrongful death claim will compensate you for the losses associated with having a loved one passing away from cancer related to AFFF exposure. A wrongful death claim can be filed with the help of a toxic exposure attorney by the surviving family members of a victim of AFFF exposure.
It is important to note that wrongful death claims can only be filed on behalf of civilian or military firefighters who lost their lives to cancer stemming from AFFF exposure.
If you lost a family member to cancer related to AFFF exposure, you should take legal action as soon as possible, as wrongful death claims have a statute of limitations. While each state has a different statute of limitations, the time you have to file a claim is 2 or 3 years from the day your loved one passed away in most cases. A toxic exposure attorney can tell you with certainty what the statute of limitations is for your specific circumstances. To make sure you are entitled to financial compensation from a wrongful death AFFF exposure claim, contact Atraxia Law.
With over 35 years of experience in evaluating toxic exposure claims, Atraxia Law has the necessary knowledge to help you determine whether you can file a wrongful death AFFF exposure claim. The only documents you will have to send us are the employment or military records of your deceased family member, their medical records, and their death certificate. Eligible individuals will be put in touch with a specialized attorney.