How much compensation can I receive for a military base cancer claim?

The sum of money you can receive as compensation if you file a military base claim for cancer depends on many factors, such as the severity of your diagnosis, how many military bases you were stationed at, the chemicals you were exposed to, and how debilitating your disease is. Therefore, veterans can receive between $150,000 and over $1 million.

Veterans with cancer due to military toxic exposure can receive $150,000 to $1 million

Pfas compensation amount

We cannot tell you exactly how much compensation you can receive after filing a military base claim, as each case is unique, and there are many key factors that will ultimately determine the sum of money you are entitled to.

However, it is important to note that veterans with cancer will receive the largest sums of money, as their diseases are usually crippling and prevent them from performing daily tasks.

Other factors that play a role in determining how much compensation you can get are the following:

  • the number of military bases you were stationed at
  • how much time you spent on military bases
  • the severity of your disease
  • how debilitating your health problem is
  • whether your disease is benign or malignant
  • how many toxic substances you were exposed to

Regardless of your situation, if you are a veteran who was stationed at one or multiple contaminated military bases and now struggle with a disease, we advise you to contact our experienced attorneys, as they have the necessary knowledge and resources to determine whether you are eligible to file a claim. They might also be able to tell you approximately how much compensation you can receive after thoroughly assessing your case.

File your toxic exposure claim with the assistance of our skilled attorneys

Since 1990, our attorneys have been dedicating their efforts to pursuing compensation for toxic exposure victims, and many of our clients are veterans. If you spent at least one year at a contaminated military base and developed one of the above diseases and health problems, you should contact our team. To initiate the legal process, you just have to send in your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records stating your diagnosis.

Family members will have to provide our resourceful legal team with evidence of their stay at the military base and their medical records. If we deem you eligible, you will have your claim filed with the companies responsible for toxic contamination on the military base you lived at. Eventually, if our endeavors are fruitful, you will receive the financial compensation you deserve for your unjust suffering.

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