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Heavy PFAS exposure on military bases

Since 1970, aqueous film-forming foam known as AFFF, has been used to extinguish class B fires, including by the military. However, this fire suppressant contains a large amount of PFAS, a group of chemicals that are carcinogenic to humans.

While exposure to PFAS occurs in civilian and military firefighters by inhalation, people who were stationed on the following military bases were exposed to it by drinking PFAS-contaminated water, as the fire suppressant infiltrated the water systems.

If you were stationed on a military base affected by PFAS contamination, either alone or with your family members, you were inevitably exposed to PFAS, which increases your risk of developing many types of cancers.

Eligibility criteria for veterans and family members who intend to file a PFAS claim

If you were stationed at a military base with known PFAS contamination for at least one cumulative year, either as a service member or a family member of one, you might be entitled to financial compensation. However, even though PFAS exposure is responsible for many health problems, it is important to know that you can only file a PFAS claim for the following diagnoses:

Our expert team will carefully assess your case to determine whether you qualify for compensation. The process is simple and will mostly take place over the phone, as we understand how physically and emotionally draining struggling with these diseases can be. Our compassionate team will take care of the most demanding and challenging aspects on your behalf.

Atraxia Law can efficiently help you file a PFAS claim

With over 35 years of experience in evaluating toxic exposure claims, our expert team has the necessary knowledge and resources to help you determine whether you are entitled to financial compensation. If you were stationed at a military base contaminated with PFAS and now struggle with a linkable disease, we strongly encourage you to contact us. The process will require minimal involvement on your part, and you will only have to send us your military records and your medical records.

Family members who spent time on contaminated military bases and developed a disease might also be eligible to file a PFAS claim. To have their case reviewed, they will have to provide our team with evidence of their stay at a military base with known PFAS contamination and their medical records. Eligible individuals will promptly be put in touch with a reliable and specialized attorney so they can have their claims/lawsuits filed as soon as possible. They will go to great lengths to help you obtain the money you deserve for your unjust suffering. To see the timeline of events related to PFAS lawsuits/claims please follow the link.

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