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Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) was used for fighting fires on military bases, at airports, and at industrial sites, and it contained perfluoroalkyl or polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), which are called “forever chemicals,” because they are persistent and resistant to environmental degradation. Many sailors, airmen, and other personnel were exposed to these chemicals, and they have been linked to serious diseases and conditions, including several types of cancers. Exposure to firefighting foam, wearing firefighting gear, or drinking PFAS-polluted water could have caused these diseases and conditions. People who suffered harm might be able to receive compensation.
Georgia Veterans Law offers free consultations to individuals, whether veterans or non-veterans, who might have been affected by exposure to toxic firefighting foam. Please contact the firm via the form below.
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