If you or your spouse served in the Vietnam War and you believe you were exposed to the Agent Orange defoliation chemical, the effects of that exposure can last decades.
You could still be struggling with illnesses today caused by Agent Orange back then.
Your country owes you.
Veterans’ disability benefits provide the medical treatment, monetary compensation, and employment rehabilitation you need to protect your dignity and independence.
But too often, the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) gives you a disability rating that falls short.
The Agent Orange lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you gather the medical evidence you need to show that your condition is serious. We can make the case that you should be receiving Vietnam veterans’ disability benefits for Agent Orange.
Whether you need to get a previously denied claim approved, or you receive benefits but need a higher disability rating and more compensation, we can help.
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Any veterans’ disability claim requires you to prove your medical condition was connected to your service.
But the VA makes it easier for some veterans who served in Vietnam to get Agent Orange disability, declaring without further questioning that these 14 diseases are associated with or were caused by Agent Orange:
If you have a different illness—not on this list—that you believe started with Agent Orange, you could still receive veterans’ disability benefits.
If you have a different illness—not on this list—that you believe started with Agent Orange, you could still receive Agent Orange disability benefits.
In that case, you’ll need to provide medical evidence showing that your condition was likely caused or aggravated by the herbicide chemical.
Your children could also qualify for Vietnam veterans disability benefits for Agent Orange exposure if they have spina bifida or other birth defects linked to the herbicide.
You can start moving toward the right disability rating for Agent Orange by getting the Agent Orange attorneys at HNB Law to evaluate your case FOR FREE.Get My Free Case Review
Let the Agent Orange lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal show the VA how your medical condition was caused by the toxin