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Elmiron Lawsuit

Elmiron is a prescription drug for treating interstitial cystitis (IC), also known as bladder pain syndrome. The drug, which Janssen Pharmaceuticals manufactures, was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the US in 1996. It was a relief for patients and clinicians treating interstitial cystitis- a chronic condition affecting the bladder. […]

PFAS at Yakima Training Centre, Washington

Drinking water sampling at Yakima Training Centre confirmed the presence of high levels of PFAS. During the 2019 sampling, the drinking water well at Yakima Training Area tested for combined PFOS and PFOA of 103ppt. The latest drinking water PFAS sampling of November 2022 established a combined PFOA/PFOS of 3.3ppt. EPA’s most recent drinking water […]

Vint Hill PFAS Contamination in Drinking Water

Vint Hill PFAS Contamination is still disturbing as of October 2023, with unremedied PFOS and PFOA. In 2021, DoD PFAS investigations at Army Virginia Vint Hill Farms reported PFOS contaminations of 410ppt and PFOA of 1,200ppt in drinking water supplies. Groundwater samples analyzed indicated PFOS levels of 450ppt and PFOA of 1,300ppt. Vint Hill, formerly […]

PFAS Contamination at Picatinny Arsenal Army Base

In 2018, the Army confirmed PFAS contamination at Picatinny Arsenal drinking water supply wells. Two wells were found to contain combined PFOS and PFOA of 88.5 ppt and 100.3 ppt. EPA recently changed the LHA for perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) from the previous combined levels of 70ng/L to 0.004 ppt for […]

PFAS Water Contamination Wurtsmith Air Force base (Oscoda), Michigan

PFAS Water Contamination Wurtsmith Air Force (WAFB) Oscoda, Michigan, was discovered over two decades ago. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) discovered PFOA and PFOS in groundwater in March 2010 when EGLE staff sampled groundwater at a former fire training area on the Base. The Base, previously known as Oscoda Army […]

PFAS Contamination at Alameda Naval Base, California

PFAS Contamination at Alameda Naval Base groundwater endangered the health of military personnel, civilians, and their families currently or previously living there. The costs of managing PFAS contamination at the former air station have so far exceeded 600 million dollars. Before 1974, the Base dumped untreated industrial wastewater in the Seaplane Lagoon and the Oakland […]

PFAS Contamination at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), Ohio

Victims of PFAS Contamination at Wright-Patterson are filing lawsuits against the toxic AFFF manufacturing companies. Stephens and Stephens LLP are investigating airforce water contamination cases countywide on a contingency basis. Reach out to us for a free case evaluation. Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of synthetic chemicals used for different industrial purposes, including […]

PFAS Contamination at Fort Leavenworth Army Base, Kansas Drinking Water

2016 testing of PFAS Contamination at Fort Leavenworth Army Base, Kansas, drinking water supply wells indicated very high combined PFAS results, with two wells testing 649 and 159 ppt. During the 2016 sampling, the treated drinking water at the installation had a combined PFOA/PFOS of 98ppt. 2019 sampling data from drinking water well PWW-08 established […]

Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia PFAS Contamination

Langley and Eustis military bases were joined in 2010. Joint Base Langley-Eustis Virginia PFAS Contamination tests done in 2018 by the Environmental Working Group (EGW) at the Langley Base groundwater indicated one of the highest combined PFOA and PFOS of 2,225,000 ppt. The Base groundwater also tested positive for another PFAS, Perfluorobutane sulfonate (PFBS). in 2017, […]