Illnesses Caused by Agent Orange You've Done Your Part, Let Us Do Ours

Illnesses Caused by Agent Orange

Agent Orange is a military code name for chemicals used during the Vietnam War to kill large expanses of forest and plant life as a military strategy. It was highly toxic and veterans that served in the areas where it was used have increased rates of soft-tissue sarcoma and many other disorders including:

  • Throat, lung, prostate, colon cancer as well as others
  • Chloracne, a skin condition
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • Hodgkin's Disease
  • Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  • Parkinson's Disease

In addition, Agent Orange is known to cause birth defects in the children of veterans who were exposed. Spina bifida is one such birth defect but there are many more. An Atlanta VA disability lawyer should be consulted as soon as possible if you or a loved one was exposed to Agent Orange, or suspect you may have been, and are suffering from any of these symptoms. If you are uncertain, we recommend you contact our office and we can help you determine if you may have a claim.

The destruction and devastation caused by Agent Orange was most tragic. It can be particularly traumatic to our own soldiers who were not adequately protected by their own government. You are entitled to your disability and we will fight aggressively and tirelessly on your behalf to ensure there is justice. We are experienced when it comes to fighting the government and other large bureaucracies. We know there can be a lack of compassion and understanding of your situation by those that are supposed to be providing you help and assistance. Our firm can help you to set things right. We welcome the chance to return the help and support that you provided to our country.

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    David A. Stevens

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    Attorney David Stevens was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. He moved to Atlanta in 1991 and graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2002. During law school, he was active in both the Moot Court Board - serving as Vice President of Appellate Advocacy - and mock trial, participating in several national competitions. He received awards for his academic performance in Research, Writing and Advocacy and Litigation classes. After graduating from law school, David immediately ...
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    Douglas Sullivan

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    Attorney Douglas Sullivan grew up in a military family where his father had a career in the US Air Force. As an Air Force brat, he developed an interest in military history and has immense respect for those men and women who have served our country. After a life of being transferred to various Air Force bases throughout the United States, Doug obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, double majoring in Political Science and Spanish. He then attended law ...
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    Daphne Sullivan

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    Daphne Sullivan was born in Washington D.C. into a military family. She was raised in Alabama where she obtained her B.S. in English and graduated with honors from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated with a Masters of Education with a concentration in English education from the University of North Alabama. She obtained her legal education at Cumberland School of Law. As a law student, she received awards in Legal Research and Writing as well as Criminal Procedure ...
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