Toxic Chemicals Found at Fort Lewis: Veteran Benefit Lawyer answers questions:
- What injuries have other vets who have served at Fort Lewis suffered from?
- How were these vets exposed to toxic chemicals while at Fort Lewis? Veteran Benefit Lawyer tells.
- How can you get money from the va for your medical bills? How can a veteran benefit lawyer help you?
A phone call to a veteran benefit lawyer is always free.
You’re thinking about filing a claim with the VA to help pay off some of your medical bills, and you’re probably wondering what it would take to file a claim or appeal one, and what kind of veteran benefit lawyer you may need. The biggest thing you should know is that veteran benefit lawyers are here to serve vets and will never charge any up-front fees, ever. This means that it’s always free for you to talk to them, for them to handle your case, file/appeal your va claim and work for you completely for free unless they win your case.
If you served at Fort Lewis, you could get money from the VA. A veteran benefit lawyer could help.
Fort Lewis in Washington has been found to contain harmful toxic contaminants in its soils and veterans who were stationed there could be at risk of developing health issues.
Mike Woods is a veteran benefit lawyer who has helped vets with injuries like this:
Hi, I’m Mike Woods, a Veterans Disability Lawyer at Woods & Woods – The Veterans Firm. I have represented veterans stationed at Fort Lewis in Washington and I would like to help you receive the benefits you are due. One of my clients who served at Fort Lewis suffered greatly due to his time in service. He suffered from serious knee pains caused from his training. He continued to re-injure his knees when the knee caps would come out of place. This type of injury is common among veterans and they must endure the pain of it every day. This veteran suffered greatly and deserved the benefits he was due but the VA denied him. He called us – you can too. Talk to a veteran benefit lawyer for free at 888-959-9908.