Firefighter Cancer-Do I Have a Case?

author by Eric Alan Stamps on Jan. 31, 2022

Accident & Injury Products Liability Lawsuit & Dispute  Class Action Mass Torts 

Summary: What factors are involved in filing a claim as a firefighter diagnosed with cancer.

I am a Firefighter with Cancer-Do I Have a Case?


What are the firefighter AFFF foam cancer lawsuits all about? Manufacturers of AFFF(Aqueous Film Forming Foam) such as 3M and Dupont knew their products were unsafe yet still sold them to be used by firefighters.  

What types of cancers are found to be caused by AFFF foam? Many cancers are linked to these foams. Some include Bladder, Breast, Colorectal(Colon and/or Rectal), Kidney, Leukemia, Liver, Lymphoma, Myeloma, Multiple Myeloma, Neuroendocrine Tumors, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Pancreatic, Prostate, Testicular, OTHER.   

Who is potentially liable in firefighter AFFF foam cancer lawsuits? 3M, Dupont, and other manufacturers of the foams. 

How do I get started if I believe I or my loved one may have a firefighter foam cancer lawsuit? Contact us immediately. There is a limited amount of time to bring any lawsuit, including those involving companies causing firefighters to get cancer. 

Eric A. Stamps, Attorney at Law

www.FireFighterCancer.com

 

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