CLUE: “Common as dirt” – it IS dirt actually: toxic materials have been found in the soil and water at Fort Riley. Veteran Benefit Lawyer answers questions:
- What has been found in the soil and water at Fort Riley?
- What sicknesses can these contaminants cause? Veteran Benefit Lawyer explains.
- Can you get money from the VA if you were stationed at Fort Riley?
You may need a veteran benefit lawyer to help you file or appeal your VA claim so you can get money.
A veteran benefit lawyer can help with the whole claim filing and appeals process and will not ask you for a cent unless they win your case.
If you spent time at Fort Riley you could get VA medical help.
Fort Riley in Kansas has a daytime population of nearly 25,000. It is home to the 1st Infantry Division. These veterans may have been exposed to harmful contaminants in the soil and groundwater that may cause health risks such as neurological disorders, diabetes, and cancer, as well as birth defects in children, which may make them eligible for compensation from the VA.
Mike Woods is a veteran benefit lawyer who has spent years helping vets.
Hi, I’m Mike Woods, a veteran benefit lawyer at Woods & Woods – The Veterans Firm. I want to help you with your benefits – the filing, the paperwork, the appeals if necessary; the whole thing. If you have a neurological disorder, diabetes, cancer or if your children have birth defects, you can talk to a veteran benefit lawyer for free at 888-959-9908.