What diseases qualify for filing a military base claim?

While toxic exposure on military bases can result in a myriad of health problems, it is very important to know that only certain diagnoses make you eligible to file a military base claim. Some of these diagnoses include kidney cancer, leukemia, and bladder cancer.

The family members of veterans who lived at contaminated military bases can also obtain compensation

More than 800 hazardous substances have been found on Superfund sites

Both veterans and their family members who developed a health problem due to toxic exposure on military bases can file a claim. Still, only some diagnoses qualify you for filing a military base claim. The following are the diseases that will most likely make you eligible to file a claim if you spent at least one year at contaminated military bases:

If you or a loved one who lived on a contaminated military base developed any of the above mentioned diseases, we encourage you to get in touch with our experienced attorneys.

File your military base claim for toxic exposure with the assistance of our 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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