Each year on this day, American citizens take time to honor the men and women who serve our country. If you know a veteran, past or present, do what you can today to thank them. It can be big or small, for a relative or a stranger.
Veterans face many challenges after returning to civilian life. Sadly although they’re more physically active than the general population, a new report found that veterans have higher rates of:
- Heart attack
- Heart disease
We must stand up for the health and well-being of our veterans; they need more than one day of recognition.
We’ve worked with many veterans over the last 30 years, in all types of cases. Men and women in the military know what they’re risking and sacrificing when they decide to serve our country. What they don’t often consider is that they could be exposed to toxins that cause health problems decades later.
Lung cancer is an urgent issue among veterans, even more so than among the general population.
We can help veterans diagnosed with lung cancer, even if they’re current or former smokers.
VETERANS WHO DEVELOP LUNG CANCER DON’T HAVE TO PROVE A CONNECTION BETWEEN THEIR DISEASE AND SERVICE TO RECEIVE VA HEALTH CARE AND DISABILITY BENEFITS.
If you have any questions about exposure to toxins during military service, or the process of filing a lung cancer lawsuit, contact us at 800-310-2222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We extend our most sincere gratitude to our nation’s veterans. We are in awe of your bravery.