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What Steps Do I Need to Take If I Was Exposed to Fire-Suppressant Foam?

If you suspect that your cancer was caused by exposure to AFFF, you can explore your legal options with an experienced toxic tort lawyer.

answered by Gregory A. Cade

Toxic exposure cases are very complex, requiring a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer with years of experience

Most often, toxic tort cases require battling with large corporations with strong litigation teams of their own. Our experienced and dedicated lawyers have represented clients in all manner of toxic tort claims ranging from property damage cases involving drinking water, groundwater, soil, air, and surface water contamination, to workplace exposure cases, and single-plaintiff personal injury.

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