Fort Dix Toxic Exposure: Veteran Benefit Lawyer answers questions:
- How could toxins have entered your system while you were at Fort Dix?
- Could this toxic exposure affect the health of your children? Veteran Benefit Lawyer explains.
- Could you get benefits from the VA for your toxic exposure at Fort Dix? What about your kids – can you get benefits to pay for their medical expenses?
You can always call a veteran benefit lawyer and talk to them for free.
A veteran benefit lawyer will not hassle you for money. They are here to serve you just as you served us. A veteran benefit lawyer will only take a fee if they win your case for you.
If you spent time at Fort Dix you could get money from the VA.
Fort Dix, home of the 87th Air Base Wing, in New Jersey has been home to thousands of veterans. It is also the home to contaminated water, soil and air that many veterans have been exposed to and may develop health risks such as neurological disorders, diabetes, and cancer, as well as birth defects in children. Our veterans who were stationed at Fort Dix may have health problems due to the contaminants in the water, air and soil may be eligible for compensation because of it.
Mike Woods is a veteran benefit lawyer who has helped vets get their VA claims, and even appeal claims that have been denied.
Hi, I’m Mike Woods, a veteran benefit lawyer at Woods & Woods – The Veterans Firm. I pledge to serve you the way you served us. Call me and I’ll file and/or appeal your VA claim – I’ll take the load off. If you have a neurological disorder, diabetes, cancer or if your kids are suffering from birth defects, you can talk to a veteran benefit lawyer for free at 888-959-9908.