We prioritize and expedite the claims for veterans and family members
Regardless of your diagnosis, we prioritize the claims filed by veterans, as we are aware that most of them are in need of financial compensation to pay their medical expenses and treatment. For this reason, your claim will be expedited so that you can receive the money you deserve within the shortest time possible. It is important to keep in mind that filing a claim is not the same thing as filing a lawsuit, as the process is less complex and will result in compensation significantly faster. Similarly, if you decide to file a claim, you will not be suing the government, but the companies responsible for manufacturing the defective products or the toxic agents you were exposed to.
Therefore, you should not think twice before filing a claim, as your involvement in the legal process will be minimal since we know that the majority of veterans are elderly and in great physical and emotional pain. We will make the legal process as easy as possible for you and go to great lengths to recover the maximum compensation you are entitled to from the liable parties. Furthermore, a family member can help you navigate it. By choosing to work with our legal team, which has the necessary evidence and resources to help you obtain the money you deserve, you are bound to receive the largest compensation available for your diagnosis. Lastly, it is important to know that we work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you are not required to pay us anything unless we recover compensation on your behalf. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us and we will promptly answer your questions.
We can file multiple claims if you are a veteran injury by toxic exposure
If you were exposed to multiple toxic agents while on active duty, such as asbestos, Agent Orange, mustard gas, and PFAS, we will file a claim with each company responsible for your suffering, as you are eligible for recovering the maximum compensation available for all your diagnoses. It is not unusual for veterans to have been exposed to more than one toxic agent, which is why filing multiple claims is completely legal and possible. If you struggle with more than one disease or condition, the VA will also provide you with a larger sum of money in the form of disability compensation.
In the unfortunate event that you are really ill, a family member can step in and help you with the legal process, which will make things much easier for you. Eventually, several months after claim submission, you will receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to from all the liable parties. For additional information, please feel free to contact us and we will thoroughly evaluate your situation.
Family members of deceased veterans are also eligible for compensation
In the unfortunate event that you had a veteran as a family member who passed away due to a disease caused by toxic exposure and who had not filed a claim during their lifetime, we can still help you recover financial compensation on their behalf. Regardless of the dangerous substance that caused their disease, our legal experts will conduct in-depth research to find solid evidence to support your claim. While very complex and tedious, the legal process will require minimal involvement on your part, as you will only have to send your attorney the military and medical records of your deceased loved one. However, it is important to keep in mind that wrongful death cases have a statute of limitations of 2 years from the moment of death, which is why you should contact our law firm as soon as you receive the bad news for a positive outcome with regard to financial compensation.
The legal team of Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. highly prioritizes veterans, as well as their family members, which is why we will go to great lengths to recover fair compensation for you or on behalf of your lost family member who was a veteran. We are aware of how terrible it is to struggle with a terminal disease such as lung cancer or mesothelioma, so we will expedite your claim, which will result in financial compensation within a shorter time than usual. Therefore, whether you are a veteran or the family member of a deceased one, our legal team will approach your case with professionalism and compassion and is bound to obtain the maximum sum of money you are entitled to from the liable party. Lastly, you should know that the VA provides the family members of deceased veterans with benefits such as Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, which our attorneys can obtain for you by filing a claim.
The importance of seeking legal assistance as soon as you discover your diagnosis
Since the majority of toxic exposure cases have a statute of limitations, it is essential to seek compensation as soon as you receive your diagnosis or, in the case of family members who lost a veteran, as soon as they receive the bad news. While the average statute of limitations for living veterans is 3 years and for the surviving family members 2 years, it can greatly vary from state to state. This is why it is very important to reach out to a law firm that specializes in toxic exposure cases as soon as possible. Your involvement in the legal process will be minimal, which means that, as a veteran, you will have time to focus on your health and treatment and, as the surviving family member of one, you will have time to mourn your loss.
We strongly encourage you to contact our law firm, as we have over 25 years of experience in pursuing compensation for veterans and their family members. So far, we have helped over 20,000 veterans recover the money they deserved. Another important aspect you may be worried about is the cost. The good news is that hiring a law firm to obtain compensation for you as a victim of toxic exposure is free of charge. We only charge a contingency fee when we successfully recover the money you are entitled to. This contingency fee is 40%. However, because we will obtain the maximum compensation available for you, you will still have plenty of money to help you afford superior healthcare and treatment.
The families of veterans with a history of toxic exposure who lost their lives to coronavirus are still eligible for compensation
As the coronavirus pandemic is spreading, the elderly are one of the most vulnerable demographic. Since the majority of veterans are elderly, with a median age of 58, they are significantly more susceptible to contracting the new virus than the general population. In the regrettable event, you have a veteran in your family who was struggling with a disease caused by toxic exposure and passed away due to infection with the coronavirus but failed to seek compensation during their lifetime, you can still file a claim on their behalf.
Our attorneys will help you file a claim with every liable entity, such as asbestos trust funds and the VA, in the case of asbestos exposure. Regardless of the reason for death, the surviving family members of veterans who were victims of toxic exposure are entitled to compensation, which only a legal team who specializes in this area of practice can obtain. For additional information, feel free to contact our law firm at your earliest convenience and we will gladly answer your questions and address your concerns.