Which cities have the highest PFAS level in their drinking water?

While PFAS are present in the drinking water of most cities across the country, some have tremendous concentrations of these chemicals, which poses a major health threat to consumers.

Michigan is the state that has the highest PFAS levels in drinking water

Over the past decades, PFAS have become emerging contaminants, as their presence in drinking water is more prevalent than ever. Exposure to these harmful chemicals can cause many serious health issues, including prostate, liver, bladder, and pancreatic cancer. The following are the cities and counties with the highest PFAS levels in drinking water:

  • Quad Cities, Iowa
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • Decatur, Alabama
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Bergen County, New Jersey
  • Miami, Florida
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Brunswick County, North Carolina

Brunswick County has 473 cancer cases per 100,000 residents, whereas Quad Cities have 631 cancer cases per 100,000 residents. These grim statistics are the consequence of PFAS drinking water contamination, which is why the PFAS water contamination lawsuit is so important. Communities joining it could benefit from the money necessary to afford water testing, remediation, and treatment.

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With over 30 years of experience in pursuing compensation for toxic exposure victims, our diligent attorneys will gladly help you join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit. If your drinking water source has detectable levels of these chemicals, you might be eligible to join the lawsuit. The legal process is simple and requires minimal involvement on your part. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you will not have to pay anything unless we obtain compensation for you.

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