England Air Force Base claims

Located 170 miles northwest of New Orleans, Louisiana, this military base was originally named Alexandria Army Air Base. However, it underwent a name change in 1955. Contamination with PFAS, a group of hazardous chemicals, was heavy at England Air Force Base, which is why today, numerous veterans who were stationed there during the last century struggle with terrible diseases due to toxic exposure. The primary source of PFAS is aqueous film-forming foam, commonly known as AFFF, a fire suppressant used to extinguish class B fires such as petroleum and jet fuel fires by military personnel. If you developed a disease following toxic exposure at England Air Force Base, please contact our law firm, and we will promptly file a personal injury claim on your behalf to obtain the financial compensation you deserve.

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In 1992, England Air Force Base was permanently closed. However, the Environmental Protection Agency is currently striving to remove the PFAS from the site. This group of chemicals is known as forever chemicals, which means that they remain there forever once they are released into the environment. Nevertheless, the Environmental Protection Agency found several ways PFAS can be removed from military bases.

Today, England Air Force Base is a Superfund site. In the unfortunate event that you are a veteran or the family member of one who came to struggle with a disease as a consequence of toxic exposure, please contact our law firm, which specializes in pursuing toxic exposure cases, and our attorneys will gladly help you recover the money you are entitled to.

What were the toxic agents present on England Air Force Base?

The only hazardous substance present on England Air Force Base was PFAS, out of which PFOS and PFOA are the most studied chemicals. Therefore, when military personnel would use AFFF in firefighting training, they would inevitably release PFOS and PFOA in the environment.

Exposure to PFOA is hazardous, particularly when it occurs over a long time, leading to numerous terrible diseases. Thereby, veterans and the family members who were stationed with them at England Air Force Base need to pay close attention to their health and seek medical attention as soon as they notice a new onset of distressing symptoms.

What diseases can you develop following toxic exposure at England Air Force Base?

There are numerous diseases that exposure to the PFAS in AFFF can lead to, especially cancer. If you are a veteran who spent time at England Air Force Base during the last century and experience unusual symptoms, we strongly advise you to visit a doctor, as you may have developed a serious disease. The following are the diseases with the strongest causal relation to PFAS exposure:

It is important to know that any cancer qualifies you for applying for compensation, as exposure to PFAS is linked to numerous malignant diseases. Therefore, if you have cancer as a veteran who was stationed at England Air Force Base or a family member who spent time at this military base with them, please contact our law firm.

Finally, we specialize in pursuing toxic exposure cases and will gladly help you file a claim to recover the financial compensation you deserve for your injury.

Quality legal assistance for veterans and family members injured by toxic exposure at England Air Force Base

With over 25 years of experience in helping victims of toxic exposure obtain the compensation they are entitled to, our attorneys will provide you with quality legal assistance in filing a personal injury claim, as well as a VA claim, to obtain the money you are eligible for. It is worthy of note that you must have spent at least one year at England Air Force Base to qualify for compensation in addition to having a diagnosis. To file a claim, you will have to provide our attorneys with your military records, which you must retrieve yourself, and your medical records. For additional information regarding the process of filing a claim, do not hesitate to contact our law firm, and we will promptly answer all your questions and address all your concerns.