AFFF (Firefighting Foam) Lawsuits & Settlements

Have You Been Exposed to AFFF Firefighting Foam and Later Developed Cancer? Dozens Like You Are Filing Lawsuits With The Keefe Law Firm

Firefighting foams contain synthetic chemicals referred to as PFAS that pose serious health risks. If you or a loved one has been exposed to an AFFF product, even only for training purposes, you may be able to seek compensation. The Keefe Law Firm at the forefront of AFFF lawsuits, and is currently representing current and former firefighters throughout the United States that have been exposed to firefighting foam in their careers.

Have You Been Exposed to Firefighting Foam? Did You Later Develop Cancer?

AFFF Firefighting Foam Lawsuit

For decades, companies including 3M, Chemguard, Tyco and Dupont have sold PFAS containing products called AFFF, or commonly referred to as firefighting foam.

Because of AFFF’s effectiveness in distinguishing jet fuel and petroleum fires, it’s been widely used both in training and practice for firefighters across the country.

Unfortunately, exposure to PFAS-containing products like AFFF firefighting foam has been linked to cancers including but not limited to kidney cancer, testicular cancer, pancreatic cancer, bladder cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, neuroendocrine tumors and prostate cancer.

Contact Us to Discuss Your AFFF Firefighting Foam Claim

The Keefe Law Firm is currently taking cases for firefighters across the U.S. that have used AFFF firefighting foam. If you’ve been exposed and later became ill, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today to discuss your options.