Neurobehavioral performance deficits - PFAS exposure claims

Referring to symptoms such as delayed recall and deficits in visual perception, decreased blink reflex, and mood effects such as confusion, depression, and tension, neurobehavioral performance deficits can be the result of exposure to PFAS, a group of toxic fluorinated chemicals that are currently contaminating over 700 military sites throughout the US. If you were stationed at one of these military bases, either alone or with your family members, and came to experience neurobehavioral performance deficits, you may be eligible for compensation.

Claim Application

Even if you experience neurobehavioral performance deficits, our attorneys will have to review your military and medical records to determine whether you are indeed eligible for compensation. We offer a free evaluation to everyone who wants to file a claim.

The detrimental effects of exposure to PFAS on the nervous system manifest themselves behaviorally as changes in mood and cognitive function. Because PFAS are highly toxic, they can wreak havoc on the nervous system over the years and, since they are forever chemicals, they remain in the body until the individual passes away, as they cannot be eliminated. Consequently, they can lead to the development of neurobehavioral performance deficits such as:

  • depression of the central nervous system
  • psychomotor deficits
  • confusion
  • seizures
  • cognitive deficits
  • disturbances of mood

On military bases, the main source of PFAS is the employment of aqueous film-forming foam, also known as AFFF, by military firefighters and trainees to put out jet fuel and petroleum fires. This is a very effective fire suppressant, but it is highly dangerous, as it contains tremendous amounts of PFAS that are inevitably released into the environment with use. If you were stationed at a military base contaminated with PFAS and came to experience neurobehavioral performance deficits due to neurotoxicity, you might be eligible for compensation, which our law firm can help you recover. Similarly, if you are the family member of a member of the military who was stationed with them at one of these military bases and received this diagnosis, you may also qualify for compensation.

Quality legal assistance for people with neurobehavioral performance deficits exposed to PFAS

Our law firm specializes in toxic exposure and will provide you with quality legal assistance if you were exposed to PFAS on one or multiple military bases throughout the country and came to struggle with neurobehavioral performance deficits. We will file your toxic exposure claim with the manufacturers of the AFFF you were exposed to, as well as with the VA if you are a veteran, but we must first assess your case to know with certainty whether you are eligible for compensation.

The only documents we will need from you if you are a veteran are your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records. Eventually, following claim submission, you may receive the maximum compensation available for your diagnosis from the liable companies. For additional information, please feel free to contact us and we will gladly answer your questions. Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means you do now owe us anything unless we are able to obtain money for you.