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Army Veterans and Mesothelioma: Free VA Claims & Lawsuit Assistance

The U. S. Army branch extensively used Asbestos in the construction of military bases, putting U. S. Army veterans at risk of being exposed to Asbestos and developing extremely dangerous conditions such as Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

Army Veterans & Mesothelioma

The U. S. Army branch extensively used Asbestos in the construction of military bases, putting U. S. Army veterans at risk of being exposed to Asbestos and developing extremely dangerous conditions such as Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

The Army used Asbestos in the construction of military bases until the late 1970s. These bases have been left untouched until the late 1990s, which means that even veterans who recently served in Iraq are in danger of developing asbestos-related illnesses.

It is highly advisable that all Army veterans should be aware of the dangers Asbestos posed to them or their families and seek legal help.

Jobs with Hight Risk Asbestos Exposure in the U. S. Army

Asbestos has seen many uses in nearly all branches of the military because of its usefulness, versatility, and affordability. It was used most notably in a wide variety of construction materials, because of its superior heat resisting properties.

Jobs with Hight Risk Asbestos Exposure in the U. S. Army

Asbestos was used to fireproof insulation, flooring, roofing, pipes, caulking. Soldiers worked, ate, and slept inside these buildings, and they were constantly surrounded by Asbestos and were prone to be exposed. Vehicles also contained Asbestos materials in brake pads, gaskets and clutch plates.

Not only soldiers were put at risk of Asbestos Exposure. Servicemen that performed various duties for the U. S. Army were also in danger:

  • Pipefitters
  • Millers
  • Construction Workers
  • Carpenters
  • Miners
  • Shipyard workers
  • Vehicle maintenance teams

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We Do Not Sue the Military or the Government

We Do Not Sue the Military or the Government

Mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cancers in veterans are not the fault of the military or the government. It is, however, the fault of the asbestos manufacturers, distributors and suppliers who profited from selling asbestos to the military even after they knew of the dangers of asbestos.

Legal Assistance for All Army Veterans

We offer legal help to all Army veterans who wish to file for veteran's benefits, or Department of Veterans Affairs claims. Successful veteran's claims result in financial benefits, compensation, as well as access to hospitals, clinics and treatment facilities.

Veterans' Legal Options Include:

  • Veteran's Benefit Claim (service related)
  • Applying for Disability with Social Security Administration
  • Filing a Civil Lawsuit
  • Out-of-Court Settlement
  • Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Fund Settlement