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How do I know if I have an AFFF cancer case?

To be eligible to file a claim for AFFF exposure, you must have worked as a civilian or military firefighter after 1967 when the fire suppressant became the norm for extinguishing Class B fires.

Still, there are other requirements your case must meet for you to be entitled to financial compensation from the liable AFFF manufacturers.

For instance, if you are a veteran firefighter, you must have been discharged from the military other than dishonorably. The following cancers might deem you eligible to file a claim for AFFF exposure:

In the absence of one of the above diagnoses, you cannot file a claim even if you were exposed to AFFF on the job or during active duty. This is because only these diseases have a strong connection with exposure to PFAS, the toxic chemicals present in the fire suppressant. If you are unsure about whether you qualify for compensation as a civilian or military firefighter exposed to AFFF, do not hesitate to give Atraxia Law a call, as we have over 35 years of experience in evaluating toxic exposure claims and can quickly assess your case.

Quality assistance for civilian and military firefighters injured by AFFF exposure

In the regrettable event that you are or were a civilian or military firefighter who used AFFF and now struggles with a disease, our team of experts is ready to evaluate your case. The only documents you will have to send us are your employment or military records and your medical records. After a thorough assessment, we will let you know if you are entitled to compensation. Eligible individuals will be put in touch with a reliable, specialized attorney.