Are you a Ft. Mac veteran who is sick? You may be eligible for Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits. If you think you may have been exposed to contaminated groundwater at Fort Mac, call Woods and Woods toll-free at (866) 232-5777 or just fill out the online contact form. The call is free. The advice is free.
Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits available to sick veterans.
Fort McClellan, commonly known as “Fort Mac,” was home to the U.S. Army Chemical Center and School. For decades mustard gas, VX nerve gas, Agent Orange, Agent Blue, and depleted uranium leaked into the groundwater.
During this time, tens of thousands of veterans and their families drank, bathed, and cooked with this ground water. What these veterans and their families did not know is that the groundwater was poisoned. Today many veterans suffer from cancer and other ailments due to exposure from contaminated groundwater.
Many veterans think there is nothing they can do from their exposure to contaminated groundwater. That’s simply not true! There are benefits available to veterans who were exposed at Fort McClellen. There are also benefits available to widows whose spouse died from an illness related to the contaminated groundwater.
Fort McClellan veterans may have been exposed to Agent Orange and Agent Blue.
Many veterans are under the impression that to receive Agent Orange and Agent Blue VA disability benefits from the Veterans Administration, they must have been exposed to these chemicals in the Korean or Vietnam wars. That is not true!
Woods and Woods VA Disability lawyers have talked with more than a thousand victims of Agent Orange. At Fort McClellan the military handled both Agent Orange and Agent Blue. Both of these herbicides were leaked into the groundwater. For decades veterans and their families at Fort Mac were drinking, bathing, and cooking with water that had traces of Agent Orange and Agent Blue. This exposure has cause numerous illnesses such as diabetes and cancer. Many veterans children have suffered birth defects from Agent Orange and Agent Blue as well. There are also Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits available for children affected by the contaminated groundwater exposure.
Call Woods and Woods Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits lawyers for free. The advice is free. And we never charge a penny unless we win your case. (866) 232-5777. You served your country, now let us serve you.
Learn about Anniston Army Depot, Monsanto, and Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits.
Anniston Army Depot was where our nation’s military stored Sarin gas, VX nerve gas, mustard gas, Agent Orange, and Agent Blue for decades. Unfortunately, many of these substances leaked into the groundwater, streams, and rivers. Our veterans benefits lawyers are currently helping victims of water contamination.
Many veterans that were stationed at the Anniston Army Depot believe they were poisoned by Monsanto. These veterans believed that Monsanto dumped PCB’s into the groundwater for decades; Monsanto eventually settled a case with the City of Anniston for $700 million. Unfortunately, many of those veterans were actually exposed to contaminates from Fort McClellan and the Anniston Army Depot. Both military installations stored dangerous chemicals that leaked and made their way to the groundwater. This groundwater was used by both Anniston Army Depot and Fort Mac exposing tens of thousands of veterans and their families.
The exposure to Sarin gas, VX nerve gas, radioactive materials, mustard gas, Agent Orange, and Agent Blue have caused an infinite list of health problems. These health problems also affected the children of many of the families that were stations at both Anniston Army Depot and Fort McClellan.
The link between Monsanto and Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits.
Recently there has been a lot of talk about Monsanto and the groundwater contamination in Anniston, Alabama and Fort McClellan. What many veterans don’t know is their illnesses may not be from Monsanto groundwater contamination, but from toxins at Fort Mac.
Monsanto settled a lawsuit with the town of Anniston, Alabama for $700 million. Many veterans were left out of this lawsuit and are left wondering what to do now. If you have illnesses, particularly cancer, you may be eligible for Fort McClellan groundwater contamination veterans benefits.
The Veterans Administration offers benefits because Fort McClellan also contaminated the groundwater. For decades at Fort Mac, the military spilled Agent Orange, Agent Blue, VX nerve gas, mustard gas, and radioactive materials into the groundwater. This water was used daily by veterans on base for cooking, cleaning, showering, and drinking. Tens of thousands of veterans unknowingly ingested these toxins that have cause serious illnesses.