Can You Get Benefits After Toxic Exposure at El Toro? Veteran Benefit Lawyer Answers Your Questions:
- What kinds of benefits could you get for illnesses?
- What kinds of illnesses mat be related to toxic exposure at El Toro?
- How can you appeal your claim after it was denied?
- How can a veteran benefit lawyer help you get benefits for toxic exposure at El Toro?
- Toxic exposure at El Toro could have caused many health issues that you may be compensated for
If you’re having health problems that could be associated with toxic chemical exposure after being stationed at El Toro, a Veteran Benefit Lawyer is ready to help you.
The Marine Corps and Navy Air Station El Toro in California has been compared to Camp LeJeune. Both places exposed our veterans to many hazardous chemicals. Marines and naval officers at El Toro were exposed to TCE that was dumped into the soil and groundwater, as well as other harmful chemicals. Woods and Woods Law Firm always has a veteran benefit lawyer available to answer your questions anytime, for free. We want to assist you with filing a claim, or appealing your claim if it was was already denied.
You can talk to a veterans benefits lawyer for no charge.
Our VA disability benefits lawyers will consult with you at no charge. During this consultation, you can ask them all kinds of questions about your case. Our VA disability lawyers won’t charge you unless they win your case, so make sure and talk to a veteran benefit lawyer that will work for you for free until he or she wins. More than 8,000 pounds of TCE and other chemicals were dumped into the soil and groundwater at El Toro. Exposure to these chemicals can cause a variety of cancers and health problems including anxiety and depression.
Mike Woods is a veteran benefit lawyer that can help.
Hi, I’m Mike Woods, a veteran benefit lawyer at Woods & Woods – The Veterans Firm. We understand you’re in pain right now and that you have bills to pay. We want to help. You have fought for our country and we would be proud to help you in your time of need. If you have health problems and think they may be associated with toxic exposure at El Toro, please call a veteran benefit lawyer for help at 888-959-9908.