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VIETNAM & KOREAN WAR VETS
VIETNAM & KOREAN WAR VETERANS WITH SERVICE-CONNECTED SYMPTOMS
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The United States fought two wars during the 20th Century which saw our troops heading over to Asia. Our soldiers were exposed to various different degrees of combat, aggresive weather, foregin terrain and numerous, deadly, chemical agents. If you, or someone that you love served in either the Vietnam War, or the Korean War, the attorneys at Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban are determined to make sure that you have any and every piece of information pertaining to certain exposures that the Department of Veteran’s Affairs deems contributory to health issues.
I Served in the Korean War, What Risks Should I Be Looking For?
The most noteworthy side-effect stemming from these wars is post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), however, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs has stated that they recognize many different factors as being a direct result of time spent serving in the Korean War.
Those exposures include the following:
- Noise: Hearing loss is a direct result of loud explosions, and can also play a major role in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- Occupational Hazards: Troops were exposed to industrial chemicals, which were known to cause health problems, manual labor is also a factor in any of the many repetitive stress injuries soldiers face.
Korean War veterans also may suffer from:
- Cold Injuries: The Chosin Reservoir campaign exposed troops to freezing temperatures during the Korean winter. At one point in time, a temperature reading of 50 degrees below zero was recorded, with an additional wind chill factor of minus 100. Conditions such as frostbite, neurological conditions, vascular injuries and Raynaud’s Phenomenon.
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I Served in the Vietnam War, What Risks Should I Be Looking For?
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs has committed to recognizing the following exposures for any veterans who served in the Vietnam War:
- Agent Orange: Toxic chemicals that were widely regarded to cause a variety of cancers among veterans in Vietnam, the Korean DMZ, and Thailand. Veterans children were also at risk due to disabling birth defects.
- Hepatitis C: An incurable liver disease, that was a direct result of exposure to polluted water, is subsequently manageable with the right type of medicine.
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If you, or someone you love, is suffering from complications due to their time serving in the Vietnam War or the Korean War, don’t wait another minute – contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban today, or simply call us now at (866) 866-VETS. We’re always available to talk to you, and there are no hidden fees to speak to us about your claim(s). Our firm works on contingency, so there are no fees whatsoever unless we win your claim for benefits. We’re accredited to represent you anywhere within the United States, so even if you can’t make it to one of our offices, we can still help you along the way.