Did you know that 98% of the U.S. population has PFAS chemicals in their blood at levels that could possibly cause cancer or other serious medical issues?   PFAS are everywhere, from Scotchgard, rainwater, to the Antarctic.    PFAS are also commonly referred to as “forever chemicals” because they were made to last forever.   Thousands of companies have manufactured or distributed these products starting back from the 1940s till today and it is projected that these companies might face $1 trillion of compensation to those injured or whose property was damaged by these chemicals.  Over $10 billion has already been committed by some of the bigger manufacturers to several water agencies to clean up our drinking water.  

So let’s Cut to the Chase and dive into the alarming world of “forever chemicals” and the legal implications behind them.   If you’re a lawyer, this is a massive opportunity for you to change the world!   Even if you are not that well-versed in how to land clients, finance this kind of litigation, or even a mass tort specialist, opportunity abounds.

In this episode of Cut to the Chase: Podcast, Gregg is joined by two major forces in the world of mass torts, Ed Lake and John Ray, to talk about this environmental catastrophe, who might be affected, and how lawyers can get involved in representing those injured by these chemicals.   Ed and John have created a consortium for lawyers to join and collaborate on representing those injured by the forever chemicals.  Listen in to see how you can get into this litigation with Ed and John and their consortium.

In this episode of Cut to the Chase: Podcast, Gregg, Ed, and John discuss: 

– What are PFAS and their health risks?

– What consumer products contain PFAS?

– Key information manufacturers are hiding about PFAS.

– PFAS Legal Implications: Key defendants and scope of litigation.

– Cases and examples of PFAS contamination.

– Strategies for handling mass tort cases regarding PFAS.

… and more!


Key Actionable Takeaways for Law Firms:

– Financial support, mentorship, and marketing are provided by a consortium for law firms tackling these cases, with potential payouts for affected individuals and property damage claims.

– The potential for PFAS litigation is vast, with millions of cases expected and over 9 million cancer cases attributed to PFAS exposure.

– Water providers are suing for clean water, individuals are already suing for personal injuries,and many property owners have sued for property damage damage emerging from widespread contamination.

– PFAS litigation is expected to exceed $1 trillion and involve thousands of defendants, spanning over multiple decades across various states.

To learn more about Ed Lake, visit: https://thelakelawfirm.com/blog/team/edward-j-lake

Email Ed: edlakelaw@yahoo.com

To learn more about John Ray, visit: https://masstortsuccess.com/about# or Email: info@masstortsuccess.com