How many people are affected by PFAS-contaminated drinking water?

Millions of Americans currently drink water contaminated with PFAS, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Up to 45% of drinking water sources nationwide contain at least one of these harmful chemicals, a recent study found.

The drinking water of 70 to 94 million Americans is contaminated with harmful PFAS levels

People living in more than 2,000 communities are drinking water with high levels of the toxic chemicals known as PFAS, according to the Environmental Working Group. To put it differently, the water supplies serving 110 million Americans may be contaminated with PFAS. According to a study, PFAS contaminate 20% of private wells and 60% of public water supplies.

Unfortunately, small and disadvantaged communities whose drinking water contains “forever chemicals” do not afford to pay for testing, remediation, and treatment, which is why we strongly encourage these vulnerable people to join our PFAS Settlement Payout Program, by virtue of which they can obtain money to use for removing these contaminants from their water sources.

Quality legal assistance for communities affected by water contaminated with PFAS

Since 1990, we have been pursuing financial compensation for toxic exposure victims and will gladly do the same for your community if your drinking water source contains PFAS. We have the necessary experience, knowledge, and resources to help you join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit so you can receive money to afford to remove these persistent contaminants from your drinking water source. Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, so you do not risk anything if you contact us, as you will not have to pay anything unless we recover compensation for you.

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