What information should I submit with my PFAS water contamination claim?

Because public water systems contamination cases are complex, we will need many details from you, but you should not worry, as you can submit some of this information through our online claim form. The information you will have to provide includes your state of residence and whether your community has tested for PFAS in drinking water within the last 3 years.

Our attorneys will take care of the most complex aspects of the legal process if you decide to join the lawsuit

Before joining the PFAS water contamination lawsuit, our attorneys will have to determine whether your community is eligible for financial compensation from the 3M settlement. For this reason, we will request the following information from you:

  • your first and last name
  • your phone number
  • your e-mail address
  • your state of residence
  • how many people your water source serves
  • the legal title of your water utility
  • whether you have tested for PFAS in the last 3 years
  • whether your community lives close to a PFAS source

Once we deem you eligible to join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit, you will have to submit additional information and some documents. Nevertheless, our skilled attorneys will go to great lengths to make the legal process as easy to navigate as possible for you and your community.

Our experienced attorneys can help you join the PFAS water contamination lawsuit

Since 1990, we have been dedicated to offering legal assistance to toxic exposure victims, and we are willing to do the same for you if your community struggles with the presence of PFAS in drinking water. If your water supply has a detectable level of “forever chemicals,” you might be entitled to financial compensation, so we strongly encourage you to contact our resourceful attorneys, who will offer you a free case evaluation. We operate on a contingency fee basis, so you will not have to pay anything unless we obtain money for you.

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