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Mesothelioma Veterans

The U.S. Armed Forces have historically relied on products and equipment made with asbestos during most of the 20th century, unbeknownst to the harmful effects of the mineral. This exposure affected both military personnel and citizens. Approximately 30% of all mesothelioma cases consist of military veterans.

Legally Reviewed By: Jonathan Armour
Attorney

Jonathan Armour

Legally Reviewed By: Jonathan Armour
Attorney

The brave men and women who enlist in the United States Armed Forces agree to prioritize the safety and welfare of American civilians above all else, even their own lives. Service members anticipate that when such sacrifices must be made, they will occur on the battlefield in enemy territory.

We now know significant numbers of American troops survived combat only to succumb to a more insidious enemy on their own turf. The enemy is asbestos, a product that causes the rare and deadly cancer known as mesothelioma. Its onslaught continues today.

Although asbestos was widely used in multiple commercial applications, exposing both civilians and military personnel, veterans have been disproportionately impacted. Military veterans comprise 7% of the U.S. population, but they account for 30% of mesothelioma cases.

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