If you served in the U.S. Air Force or other branches of the military where you worked around aircraft, extensive exposure to jet fuel could’ve left you with lasting damage to your health.
You can get financial compensation for these health problems—and get your medical treatment paid for—through veterans’ disability benefits.
Veterans’ disability benefits are designed to support you when serving your country caused illness or injury. Benefits give you the financial relief you need to live a life of greater stability and peace.
The only problem is that the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) often rejects claims. Or it gives you a disability rating that places the size of your benefit checks too low.
Getting VA benefits for jet fuel exposure involves confirming to them how you were exposed and how it affects you.
The VA benefits lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you gather medical evidence and show why you need benefits.
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The VA acknowledges that some veterans have experienced harmful exposures to jet fuel during military service.
U.S. Air Force and other military aircraft use jet fuels like JP-4, JP-5, JP-7 and JP-8. (JP stands for jet propellant.)
You could’ve had too much direct contact with jet fuel during your service in many ways:
The key to any veterans’ disability claim is showing the VA how your illness was connected to your service.
Veterans’ disability attorneys at HNB Law can help you document when and where your service put you dangerously close to jet fuel.
We can help you get answers to your questions about veterans’ disability benefits.
Your first question may be: Do I have a strong case?
We can help you determine that, too, by offering an initial evaluation of your situation FOR FREE.Get My Free Case Review