HexClad Cookware Investigation
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Girard Sharp attorneys are investigating claims that HexClad Cookware pans may contain dangerous chemicals despite being advertised as safe for everyday use.
If you purchased HexClad Cookware pans, talk to a consumer protection attorney about your rights. You may be entitled to relief.
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More About the HexClad Cookware Investigation
HexClad Cookware advertises its nonstick pans as free from harmful chemicals. But, according to recent reports, HexClad may be using a chemical compound called PTFE as a non-stick coating on its pans. PTFE is a type of PFA, or “forever” chemical, that can build up in the human body and does not break down over time. Forever chemicals are known to the EPA to potentially cause a variety of serious health effects. These effects include:
- Kidney cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Liver damage
- Thyroid disease
- Newborn death
- Low birth weight
- Decreased fertility for women
- Increased blood pressure for pregnant women
- Developmental delays/behavioral changes in children
- Interference with hormone production
- Increased cholesterol/obesity
- Reduced immune system response
If you purchased a HexClad Cookware pan, protect your rights by contacting a Girard Sharp attorney today. Dial (866) 981-4800 or submit your information through the form above for a free consultation about your options.
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