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Many military bases have hazardous materials including:
  • Jet fuel
  • Toxic metals
  • Chemical compounds like flame retardants
  • Pesticides
  • And more
Congress passed the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) to create programs that could clean up "Superfund" sites, like military bases, where hazardous materials are common.
The Environmental Protection Agency oversees the enforcement of CERCLA.
Veterans who suffer illnesses and injuries from toxic exposure on base may be entitled to benefits.

Disease and Disability Caused by Military Base Toxins

  • Investigations have found links to cancer and low birth weight near Air Force bases.
  • Radiation poisoning and other conditions related to exposure to radiation can be caused by toxins on bases.
  • Around 130 domestic military bases have been recognized by the EPA as hazardous.
  • Neurological disorders, cancers, asthma, diabetes, and other serious illnesses could be caused by exposure to hazardous waste and military base materials.

How Can a Lawyer Help Victims of Toxic Exposure

A lawyer can assist victim of toxic exposure with finding medical care to treat injuries and conditions.

A lawyer can help toxic exposure victims with the medical claims process.

An experienced lawyer can represent their client against powerful interests, including the military and military contractors, among others.

A lawyer can work to ensure a victim of toxic exposure on a military base is compensated fairly.

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