We at The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor are currently investigating claims involving Chemours DuPont’s discharge of toxic chemicals into the Cape Fear River. These companies have released poisonous substances from their Fayetteville Works plant for a number of years, at least since 2002–and our firm has found they have been aware of these dangers for decades. As a result, there has been a significant contamination of public water supplies downriver from the facility, including water provided by the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) in Wilmington.
These toxic chemicals are generally known as polyflourinated compounds (PFCs) and include substances referred to as PFOA, C-8, GenX, C-6 and PFOS. These dangerous chemicals are readily absorbed into the human body and are associated with a number of serious health effects, including but not limited to testicular and kidney cancers, ulcerative colitis, thyroid disorders and other conditions. Apparently, Chemours DuPont have sought to discontinue the use of C-8 and PFOA in order to switch to C-6 and GenX, which are presently unregulated by governmental authorities.
For daily updates on this urgent problem, check CFPUA’s website.
Contact Our North Carolina Injury Attorneys Today
At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, we are fighting on behalf of those who have been adversely affected at the hands of Chemours DuPont’s negligence. If your exposure to these chemicals has resulted in adverse health problems, our North Carolina injury attorneys are available to discuss your potential claims.
If you are instead suffering financially in the form of reduced values of property, cancelled real estate transactions, installation of water purification systems, or the cost of purchasing safe, uncontaminated water, our legal team will tirelessly advocate on your behalf.
Would you like to schedule a consultation? Speak to a member of our firm today by calling us at (800) 351-3008.