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Exposure to Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) linked to cancer among firefighters

If you are a firefighter and suspect that your cancer may be linked to exposure to Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF), commonly used by firefighters on Air Force bases, you're not alone. The AFFF mass tort litigation is an area of paramount importance to us.

AFFF, specifically designed for combating fires involving flammable liquids, such as those found in jet plane accidents, has been a crucial firefighting tool globally for decades. However, the chemicals within AFFF have been associated with adverse health effects, including an increased risk of certain cancers.

If you, as a firefighter, have faced health challenges due to potential AFFF exposure, Martorana Law is here to support you. Our seasoned team of personal injury and mass tort attorneys is actively engaged in the AFFF mass tort litigation, diligently working to seek accountability for firefighters harmed in the line of duty.

Understanding the unique contexts of AFFF use, especially by firefighters, our legal team is well-equipped to navigate the complexities of these cases. We are committed to fighting for justice on behalf of firefighters and their families affected by AFFF exposure.

If you suspect that your cancer may be linked to AFFF exposure during firefighting, we encourage you to contact Martorana Law. Our experienced legal team is prepared to provide the guidance and representation you need. Reach out for a confidential consultation, and let us assist you in navigating the path toward compensation and justice. Your well-being is our priority, and we are here to stand by your side throughout the AFFF mass tort litigation process.

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