Have you or a loved one suffered health complications after exposure to Firefighting Foam?

You may be entitled to financial compensation.

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What is Firefighting Foam?

Firefighting foam is a foam used for fire suppression. Its role is to cool the fire and to coat the fuel, preventing its contact with oxygen, resulting in suppression of the combustion.

Also known as aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), the firefighting foam is known to contain the toxic chemicals, PFOS and PFAS. According to the Center for Disease Control, PFAS may adversely affect cholesterol levels, the risk of some forms of cancer and a woman’s chance of getting pregnant.

Firefoam Side Effects

  • Increased risk of testicular or kidney cancers
  • Increased cholesterol levels
  • Changes in liver enzymes
  • Small decreases in infant birth weight
  • Fertility complications
  • Weakened immune system

Do I Have a Case?

Firefighters and the U.S. military’s use of firefighting foam that contains potentially toxic and dangerous chemical compounds could have serious health effects for the workers who handle it and those who live nearby.

The Department of Defense identified 401 military sites which could contain toxic compounds.  In 2019, the state of New Jersey, filed a lawsuit “against companies for manufacturing and selling firefighting foam products in New Jersey for decades despite knowing those products released toxic and harmful chemicals into the environment.”

We are currently reviewing and accepting Firegithing Foam cases in ALL 50 STATES.  We may be able to help you achieve a sigificant financial settlement, as we have done with others.  

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