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Alabama Navy Veterans Mesothelioma & Asbestos Exposure Attorney

When the brave men and women of the Navy signed up for duty, they were putting their lives on the line for their country. Of all the dangers they faced, one that is still claiming the lives of Navy veterans is asbestos exposure. If you or a loved one suffers due to mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer or another asbestos-related disease, the lawyers at Wallace & Graham, P.A. are here to offer advice and advocacy.

We are committed to helping Navy veterans obtain fair and just compensation for the hardships they have faced due to asbestos exposure. We also connect our clients with top medical experts so they can receive the treatment they need to prolong life and ease the symptoms of mesothelioma.

Navy Veteran Asbestos Claims in Alabama

If you are a Navy veteran experiencing symptoms of mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease, you may have been exposed to asbestos while serving. Mesothelioma takes decades to develop, but works fast once it does. Our Alabama asbestos litigation lawyers understand the urgency of these matters and work quickly to get our clients service-rated for VA disability benefits.

Qualifying for VA Benefits

If you were exposed to asbestos in the Navy and now suffer from mesothelioma, you may be eligible for Veterans Administration disability. Benefits include medical coverage for mesothelioma treatment and supplemental income. There may be spousal benefits as well. Wallace & Graham, P.A. assists clients throughout Alabama and nationwide in preparing or appealing VA disability benefit claims.

Contact Our Alabama Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Lawyer

We pursue justice for Navy veterans throughout Alabama, North Carolina, throughout the Southeast and the United States. Contact us online or call 800-849-5291 for a free case evaluation with proven and compassionate Alabama mesothelioma litigation attorneys.

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