Companies concealed the dangers of PFAS from citizens and regulatory bodies, leading to the contamination of our water sources for decades.

Since the 1960s, numerous companies have indeed earned billions by producing and utilizing these harmful "forever chemicals." These substances, which do not degrade, have contaminated the blood of all living beings on Earth and are associated with cancer and other significant health issues.

In response to this crisis, some companies have offered settlements exceeding $12 billion to fund the cleanup and remediation of public water contamination. However, there is an argument that all companies in the PFAS supply chain should be held accountable for cleanup efforts, given the CERCLA designation for PFAS.

You May Be Eligible for Compensation. Act Now.

Now, you might be wondering what this means for private water system owners. For years, tests have routinely been conducted to measure PFAS levels in water systems. And now, owners of private water systems might be eligible for compensation. The presence of PFAS chemicals is so toxic that even minimal amounts can be harmful

Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), also known as "Superfund," owners of contaminated sites, along with individuals and organizations that manufactured, sold, distributed, or shipped the contaminating material to these sites, can be legally pursued and required to contribute to cleanup efforts under specific conditions.

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