File a Lawsuit Against DuPont Teflon and Fight for Your Health
Teflon is the brand name for fluorinated polymers manufactured by E.I. DuPont de Nemours. Teflon is used in many consumer products, including non-stick cookware, and breathable, all-weather clothing.
Teflon contains a chemical called perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA, that gets released when heated. Companies use PFOA to make fluoropolymers, substances with special properties that have thousands of important manufacturing and industrial applications.
According to studies on the effects of PFOA, it appears to remain in the
human body for a long time. In 1995, the Environmental Protection Agency
identified PFOA as a "likely human carcinogen."
If Teflon cookware has affected you or someone you love, you should file a lawsuit and hold DuPont responsible for your injuries. We'll worry about the legal deadlines; you focus on your health. Our short below will start the process.
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