Help from an Atlanta Veterans Disability Attorney
Soft-tissue sarcoma is a cancerous tumor found in the soft tissues of the body such as fat, muscle, blood and lymph vessels and connective tissue. Soft-tissue sarcoma has been placed on the list of conditions that the Veteran's Administration has recognized as a result of exposure to Agent Orange, and therefore veterans meeting the eligibility requirements will qualify for veterans disability.
There are other factors that must exist in order to be eligible. An Atlanta veteran disability attorney from McElreath & Stevens, LLC is experienced and knowledgeable about the eligibility requirements and the procedures for application. Our firm is also able to provide effective advocacy if you have been unfairly denied veterans disability.
The consequences of exposure to Agent Orange did not begin to appear for years after the exposure. As a result, some veterans have developed illnesses caused by Agent Orange, but are not necessarily aware that the disease or condition is from exposure during active military service. There has been a great deal of controversy and press about this subject over the years; so, many have discovered the truth about this dangerous chemical. Even if the cancer did not appear for many, many years after the exposure, you still may have a claim. We can help provide you with the answers you are looking for. We can evaluate the details of your particular case and provide you with sound and trustworthy legal counsel. If
veterans compensation is owed to you, we want to help ensure you get it. We know how to approach backlogged claims and we will work to get the full compensation owed you, no matter when you first apply.