Attention Vietnam Veterans: You were exposed to Agent Orange – Get Help
NBC explains Agent Orange and the process to file a claim – Vietnam Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange
Are you a Vietnam Veteran who suffers with (or the loved one of a veteran who died of) Parkinson's disease, ischemic heart condition, or a B-cell leukemia or another condition that can be linked to one of these?
Did you (the veteran) or the deceased veteran serve in the Republic of Vietnam, the waterways of Vietnam, or on the Korean DMZ any time from January 9, 1962 thru May 7, 1975?
Did you (the veteran), the deceased veteran, or the deceased surviving spouse (or deceased child or parent) previously file a claim for benefits based upon the veteran having or dying of one of these conditions and was this claim denied?
If the answer to all of the above three questions is "Yes", you may now be able to go back and have this previous claim re-opened.
This can result in a HUGE amount of retro-active benefits; possibly tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars for the claimant.Tags: Agent Orange, diabetes, Parkinsons, VA benefits, Vietnam Veteran