Can those living near military bases also recover compensation?

Yes. If you and your community have been exposed to PFAS and other toxic chemicals due to living close to a contaminated military base and struggle with qualifying diseases, we might be able to help you file a class action lawsuit, which can eventually result in financial compensation.

Our attorneys can assist communities exposed to toxic chemicals in recovering compensation

Can those living near military bases also recover compensation?

So far, our attorneys have represented numerous communities across the country where there has been toxic exposure due to pollution by air, soil, or dumping.

If your community experiences toxic exposure due to living in close proximity to a military base with known contamination, you should contact our law firm to file a lawsuit.

Whether your community has been exposed to dioxins, heavy metals, PFAS, or industrial solvents, our law firm might be able to recover substantial financial compensation for each member, money that will help with medical expenses if they developed illnesses as a consequence of toxic exposure. Filing a class action lawsuit requires a lot of time and patience, but the results are undoubtedly worth it.

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

With over 30 years of experience, our attorneys have what it takes to assist you in filing your toxic exposure claim if you are a veteran who spent time at a contaminated military base and now struggle with a disease. To initiate the legal process, you just have to give our law firm a call and provide us with your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records stating your diagnosis and explaining how it relates to toxic exposure.

Following a thorough assessment, we will let you know whether you are entitled to financial compensation. If you are, our skilled legal team will promptly begin preparing your military base toxic exposure claim for submission. Veterans will also have their claims filed with the VA so they can obtain disability compensation if they have a crippling illness such as cancer. Eventually, if our endeavors are successful, you will receive the maximum compensation you qualify for from the liable parties.

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