What is in the water and soil at Marine Corp Air Station (MCAS) Yuma?
MCAS Yuma is now considered a U.S. Superfund site. Beginning in the 1940’s the fuels and solvents were dumped in open pits which eventually led to groundwater contamination. MCAS Yuma Veterans were exposed to fuel wastes, mercury, lead, TCE, DCE, and PCE. Asbestos was common at MCAS Yuma. Today, asbestos is found in the soil. Asbestos has the potential to cause mesothelioma. There is a possibility if you are a MCAS Veteran with mesothelioma, you may be entitled to Veterans Benefits. For help call (888) 959-9908.
How can a MCAS Yuma Veteran receive Veterans Benefits?
MCAS Yuma Veterans are eligible for Veterans Benefits for many reasons. If a MCAS Yuma Veteran was exposed to contaminants, any related impairment makes the Veteran eligible for Veterans Benefits. Many MCAS Yuma Veterans suffer from anxiety, PTSD, and depression from their time in the service. MCAS Yuma Veterans did not have to serve overseas to receive Veterans Benefits. MCAS Yuma Veterans can receive Veterans Benefits for injuries that happened any time during their active-duty service.
How much can a MCAS Yuma Veteran receive Veterans Benefits?
Veterans that served at MCAS Yuma can receive over $2,800 monthly from service-connected impairments. MCAS Yuma Veterans may also be eligible for non-service connected pension. Marine Corp Air Base Veterans can receive additional compensation for dependent children and parents.
Should I hire a Veterans Benefits Lawyer?
Yes! Veterans Benefits Law is complex and the Veterans Administration regularly denies Veterans with legitimate claims. The Veterans Administration often gives Veterans too low of a disability rating for their impairments. Veterans Benefits Law relies heavily on medical records. Even though Veterans Services Officers mean well, they don’t normally have the resources to hire doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts. Woods and Woods VA disability lawyers covers the cost of doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts reports until you win your claim. If we lose your claim, you do not have to repay us for the doctors, psychologists, and vocational experts reports. Woods and Woods is dedicated to helping veterans.
Can I afford a Veterans Benefits Lawyer?
Yes! We never charge a penny unless you win your claim! When Woods and Woods does win your claim, our fee is a percentage of your backpay and case expenses. Woods and Woods never touches your future benefits. We even help you through the application process before you are our client. The call is free and so is the advice. (888) 959-9908