Representation for C8 Exposure Victims in West Virginia
How Do I Become Exposed to C8?
C8, also known as PFOA, is a man-made chemical found in non-stick and water-resistant cooking sprays, cooking ware, floor coatings, and more. DuPont, a chemical company with branches throughout the United States, introduced C8 to the Ohio River Valley in the 1960s. Millions of people risk exposure to the C8 chemical because of its release into water supplies, into the air, and its presence in consumer products. If you believe that you have past C8 exposure, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Hatcher Law Office today at (800) 554-7198 for a consultation.
C8 Exposure May Cause Kidney Cancer
Those in Huntington, WV, and the surrounding areas exposed to C8 in drinking water and in the air are subject to developing severe illnesses, including kidney cancer.
If you are experiencing blood in urine, loss of appetite, chronic side pain or a lump, fever, fatigue, anemia, or unexplained weight loss, you could be showing signs of kidney cancer. Visit your doctor immediately to receive a proper diagnosis and to find treatment. Hatcher Law Office represents C8 victims suffering from various types of cancers, including kidney cancer. We will provide you with a consultation and the proper steps on how to receive compensation.
Testicular Cancer Diagnoses Resulting from C8 Exposure
Long-term C8 exposure can lead to testicular cancer. Symptoms may include aches, swelling, or pain in the abdomen or groin area, fatigue, and lower back pain. If you or a loved one has past C8 exposure and developed testicular cancer, contact Hatcher Law Office immediately. Our experienced attorneys will work with you to represent your case and fight for compensation. No one should deal with medical bills and suffering because of something they cannot control, and we are here to be your voice. Trust Hatcher Law Office to represent your C8 exposure case in Huntington, WV, and the surrounding areas.
Call On Hatcher Law Office for C8 Exposure Representation
Over 99 percent of Americans test positive for having traces of C8 in their system. Do not suffer alone after a C8 exposure cancer diagnosis, and contact Hatcher Law Office today. We serve all Cabell, Wayne, and Mason Counties, and the surrounding areas in West Virginia. Our experienced attorneys will not rest until you get the justice you deserve.