Yes, PFAS claims have a statute of limitations that varies from state to state. The statute of limitations refers to the time you have to file a military base toxic exposure claim so you can recover compensation.
It is worth noting that, in the case of PFAS exposure, the statute of limitations begins from the day of your diagnosis, whether you are a veteran or a family member.
In most states, the statute of limitations for PFAS claims is 2 or 3 years from the moment you find out about your illness, but other states have shorter or longer statutes of limitations.
If you fail to file your PFAS claim before the statute of limitations expires, you lose your right to financial compensation permanently. For this reason, veterans and family members injured by toxic exposure at military bases should take legal action immediately, otherwise, they might not be eligible to file a claim anymore. Because preparing a PFAS claim for submission takes a lot of time and requires many documents that must accompany it, toxic exposure victims are advised to contact a specialized attorney as soon as they are diagnosed with a disease related to PFAS exposure.
If you are a veteran or a family member of one who spent time at a contaminated military base for at least one cumulative year and now struggle with a disease, do not hesitate to contact us. We will thoroughly assess your case to determine whether you are entitled to financial compensation. If you are eligible, we will recommend you a specialized attorney who can immediately start working on your claim.