• Cold War Heroes

  • Cold War Heroes

  • Cold War Heroes

  • Cold War Heroes

We Help Nuclear Weapons Workers and their Families Get the Care They Deserve.

 

 


EEOICPA Cancer Claims

During the Cold War, tens of thousands of Americans served their country by working at facilities that supported the Manhattan Project and other nuclear weapons technologies.  Over the years, medical evidence has revealed that these facilities were producing radiation and other poisonous materials that caused cancer in many of these facilities’ workers. We are looking to help these people as they have the right to make EEOICPA Cancer Claims for compensation in upwards of $150,000.

In 2001, Congress enacted the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (the EEOICPA) to compensate nuclear weapons workers and their families (including employees, former employees, contractors and subcontractors) for the illnesses, such as cancer, they contracted as a result of working at these facilities. Making EEOICPA Cancer Claims is very easy, and we can help, you, your spouse, your parent or your grandparent became ill after working at one of these nuclear weapons facilities please contact us or start a Free Claim Evaluation.

The fund is authorized to compensate each affected worker (or eligible family member) as much as $150,000 to $400,000, dependent upon factors such as the severity of that worker’s illness, even if that worker died years ago.

 

EEOICPA Cancer Claims

 

 

As of August 2014, the EEOICPA has paid out over $10 billion dollars to these workers and their families for EEOICPA Cancer Claims.  Find out if you or a loved one are eligible for compensation from this fund by reviewing the eligibility criteria, or just fill out the form below and we will get in touch with you. Also, please always feel free to call us at (513) 651-3700 and we will be happy to discuss your potential EEOICPA claim.

”The biggest deception was that nobody really knew what this plant really did,” Mrs. Crawford said. ”People just flat-out were not told. It was damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead. We’re going to build bombs no matter what. We have taught them that it doesn’t pay to lie anymore. People have the right to know what is in their water and what is in their air.” – Patty, Fernald