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Asbestos Exposure in the US Marines: Your Veteran Rights

U.S. Marine Corps veterans are at risk of a dangerous cancer called mesothelioma if they were exposed to asbestos years ago. Luckily, veterans dealing with mesothelioma can now take steps to get medical treatment and financial assistance.

Understanding Asbestos Exposure and Your Rights: A Guide for US Army Veterans

With its significant anti-corrosive and insulating properties, asbestos was featured widely in US military equipment, weapons, and structures. However, asbestos is now accepted as being carcinogenic to humans, meaning it may be linked to cancer.

Protecting Those Who Served: Understanding Asbestos Exposure Risks for Air Force Veterans

Are you a U.S. Air Force veteran? If so, you may have been exposed to asbestos, notably if you served between 1930 and the 1980s. Here we explain why U.S. Air Force veterans are at risk and what steps to take if you or a loved one have an asbestos-related injury.

U.S. Navy Veterans and Asbestos Injuries: What You Need to Know

The maritime history of the U.S. Navy carries a hidden peril that has affected the lives of countless veterans— asbestos. Constructed prior to 1980, Navy vessels bore the weight of asbestos, exposing servicemen to health risks that manifested in serious conditions like mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Warriors Unseen: The Legal Battle Against Military Asbestos Exposure

Given its versatility and heat resistance capability, asbestos was once commonly used in military equipment, apparatus, and installations – particularly between the 1930s and 1980s. As a result, military personnel have been at an increased risk for asbestos exposure and asbestos-related injuries for decades. Below, our experienced asbestos lawyers explain the dangers of military asbestos exposure and your legal rights if you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos in the military and gotten sick.

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