Hazardous Material Exposure – Agent Orange And Camp Lejeune
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One of the most threatening and long-term dangers of military service comes from exposure to hazardous materials and chemicals. The VA provides compensation for service members who were exposed to these dangerous agents in the line of duty. These hazardous materials can cause debilitating consequences that affect veterans for the remainder of their lives.
I’m Rob Levine, the Heavy Hitter ®, and I’m a veteran and a lawyer that can help with any Veterans Disability Benefits claim, including those involving exposure to these types of materials. I’m here to get you the compensation you need to combat the effects of exposure during service.
Types Of Exposure To Harmful Elements
Veterans of Vietnam continue to suffer from the exposure to Agent Orange and other herbicides used in the conflict. Gulf War veterans have also reported in large numbers unexplained symptoms such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome and other disorders. These symptoms are believed to have possibly resulted from exposure to hazardous chemicals.
Chemical toxins that lead to substantiated disabilities include Agent Orange, pesticides, sulfur fire, industrial solvents, and depleted uranium. Radiation from ionized sources sends out an incredible amount of energy that is harmful to the body. Also, air pollutants from burning oil wells and chemical plants, which have been common in the ongoing Iraq and Afghanistan engagements, have shown long-term effects on the respiratory systems of exposed military personnel.
As a veteran, have you been exposed to hazardous materials in your duty? We help veterans like you get the VA benefits they deserve every year.
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