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Our Firm Proudly Fights On Behalf of Anyone Exposed to ‘Forever Chemicals’

PFAS refers to a group of thousands of chemical compounds known for their strong and durable chemical bonds, making them persistent in the environment. When these chemicals leak, they tend to remain for an extended period.

PFAS, often called “forever chemicals,” have been linked to severe health issues in humans, whether through food, water, air, or dust exposure. These health issues include various types of cancer, liver and thyroid damage, decreased fertility, high cholesterol, and more.

Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban is committed to holding accountable the industries and organizations responsible for PFAS contamination in our neighborhoods and in our food and water supply. If your home or neighborhood has been exposed to PFAS, or if you or a loved one has developed a health condition linked to PFAS, call us today at (855) 435-7247 for a free consultation. You could be eligible for compensation.

Widespread Use and Leakage

PFAS chemicals are used in many industries, including the production of non-stick coatings, paint, cleaning products, and firefighting foam. The extensive use of these products creates numerous opportunities for these chemicals to be released into the air, ground, and water.

This contamination occurs gradually over time. Due to the highly durable nature of PFAS chemicals, initial leaks and contamination do not dissipate. Instead, they accumulate, increasing the health risks.

Many companies that have used PFAS did not take the necessary precautions to prevent leaks and contamination, and many continue to neglect these steps. Government regulators have started addressing this issue, with plans to phase out certain PFAS chemicals and new proposed limits on others enforced by the EPA.

Ongoing Legal Actions

Since 2010, individuals, communities, and governments across the country have been suing companies responsible for PFAS contamination. Significant lawsuits include:

  • The State of Minnesota sued 3M for PFAS leaks in the Twin Cities area, settling for $850 million in 2018.
  • Alabama water authorities sued 3M and Daikin America, Inc., settling for $4 million.
  • Thousands of West Virginia residents sued DuPont and The Chemours Company for numerous serious health conditions linked to PFAS contamination, resulting in a $921 million settlement.
  • State governments and authorities in New York and North Carolina are currently pursuing legal action against companies that use PFAS chemicals.


We Are Here to Help

If you, your loved ones, or your community are affected by PFAS contamination, our team of attorneys is ready to assist you. Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation; if we take your case, you pay nothing unless we win.


Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban has been advocating for the rights of Americans harmed by negligent corporations for decades. We are prepared to fight for you too. Call us at (855) 435-7247.

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