RADIATION EXPOSURE COMPENSATION ACT (RECA)

From 1945 to 1962, the U.S. Government conducted hundreds of atmospheric nuclear weapons tests in Nevada and New Mexico and on islands in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Many people who worked on or lived near designated test areas or were employed in the mining, processing, and transport of uranium ore have experienced health problems as a result of their exposure to radiation.

Were you or your loved ones exposed to radiation during these atmospheric nuclear weapons tests or during employment in the uranium mining industry?

Answering 3 questions will help determine if you or your loved ones are eligible for compensation as a result of radiation exposure that occurred during above-ground nuclear weapons tests or as a result of exposure to radiation during employment as a uranium miner.

  1. Are you or a loved one suffering from cancer or leukemia?
  2. Did you or your loved one work on or live near a nuclear weapons site or work in the uranium mining industry during the 1950s or 1960s?
  3. Did you or your loved one live in Nevada, Utah or Arizona?

If you answered "yes" to all three questions or believe that you or a deceased relative may be eligible for compensation, call the Law Offices of Laura J. Taylor at 1-928-776-2457 for a free consultation.

$50,000.00 for those persons who lived in certain counties surrounding the test site.
$75,000.00 for those persons who were present during nuclear testing at certain test sites.
$100,000.00 for those persons who milled, mined or transported uranium ore.
 
 
First Name: Last Name:
Address:  
City: State: ZIP:
Daytime Phone: Evening Phone:
Email Address:
County of Residence at Time of Exposure:
Dates of Exposure:
Pick one of the covered illnesses corresponding to the type of claim:
Renal Cancer / Renal Diseases
      (uranium claims only)
Primary cancer of the:
Esophagus Bile ducts
Female Breast
Male Breast
Pancreas Stomach
Gall Bladder Pharynx
Brain Colon
Salivary Gland Liver
Comments:
Access code:
Please type in "downwind" with all lowercase letters and no quotes in the box above.
 
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