The military bases on the Superfund site list are undergoing cleanup of toxic chemicals
Over 100 military bases are currently Superfund sites, which means the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is carrying out cleanup endeavors at those installations.
Nevertheless, it could take years or even decades until the environment of those military facilities becomes safe, as some toxic contaminants, such as PFAS, are extremely difficult to remove. These are only some military bases that are Superfund sites at the moment:
- Andrews Air Force Base (Maryland)
- Dover Air Force Base (Delaware)
- Edwards Air Force Base (California)
- Eielson Air Force Base (Alaska)
- Ellsworth Air Force Base (South Dakota)
- George Air Force Base (California)
- Joint Base Langley-Eustis (Virginia)
- Marine Corps Air Station El Toro (California)
- McChord Field (Washington)
- Naval Air Station Jacksonville (Florida)
- Naval Air Station Pensacola (Florida)
- Tinker Air Force Base (Oklahoma)
It is important to keep in mind that this is by no means a comprehensive list, as there are many other military bases that are Superfund sites. These are some of the most known ones. If you were stationed at any of these military bases or another and now struggle with a disease, we encourage you to contact our skilled attorneys, as you might be entitled to financial compensation. Our attorneys will carefully review your case to determine whether you are eligible to file a military base toxic exposure claim.
We can efficiently help you file a military base toxic exposure claim
Since 1990, we have been dedicating our endeavors to pursuing compensation for toxic exposure victims, many of whom are veterans. If you were stationed at a contaminated military base and developed a qualifying disease, we encourage you to contact our resourceful legal team to find out whether you are eligible to file a claim. To initiate the process, you just have to send us your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records.
Following a thorough review, our skilled attorneys will let you know if you are eligible to file a military base toxic exposure claim. Eligible veterans will also have their claims filed with the VA to obtain disability compensation. If you are too ill to participate in the legal process, a family member can help you, and furthermore, our compassionate team will do all in its power to make it as easy to navigate as possible. Eventually, you might receive the compensation you deserve.