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How am I exposed to PFAS?

There are multiple routes of exposure when it comes to PFAS, such as inhalation, skin contact, and ingestion.

Still, veterans and family members who spent time at military bases were mostly exposed to these harmful chemicals by drinking contaminated water.

Because the source of PFAS on military installations nationwide was firefighters using AFFF, these chemicals inevitably ended up in the water supplies of the facilities. Nearly 40% of veterans report toxic exposure in the military when undergoing screenings.

However, these are only the veterans who know for sure they came in contact with dangerous agents, as most people who served in the military have been exposed to at least one toxic substance. Additional routes of exposure to PFAS include:

Furthermore, children of women exposed to PFAS also ingest these substances when they are in the womb and when they are breastfed. If you lived at a military base with known toxic contamination and now struggle with a disease, we encourage you to contact our expert team, as you might be entitled to financial compensation. We have over 35 years of experience in assessing toxic exposure and personal injury claims, and many of our clients are veterans in your situation.

File your military base toxic exposure claim with the assistance of Atraxia Law

In the unfortunate event that you spent time at a military base contaminated with PFAS for at least one cumulative year, either as a veteran or a family member of one and developed a disease, we are ready to help you find out whether you are eligible to file a claim. Our team of experts will carefully evaluate your situation, and if we deem you eligible, we will recommend a top-notch attorney who can handle your case.