Episode 30: 7 Things Every Veteran Should Know About Agent Orange
Agent Orange is an herbicide that was used by the United States during the Vietnam War. The Agent Orange Act of 1991 required VA to create a presumption of exposure in which VA will presume that veterans who served in specific locations during defined timeframes were exposed to Agent Orange. Tune in on this week’s episode of the Veterans Legal Lowdown as CCK’s Maura Clancy, Jenna Zellmer, and Nicholas Briggs discuss everything Veterans should know about Agent Orange and VA disability compensation—plus, how to ensure your claim related to Agent Orange is as strong as possible.
- 7 Things Every Veteran Should Know About Agent Orange
- Exposure and Use of Agent Orange in Thailand
- Agent Orange Case Gray v. Wilkie Certified to Supreme Court
- Burn Pits: The Agent Orange for Post-9/11 Veterans
- Agent Orange Exposure in Korea
- Does Agent Orange Cause Cancer?
- Is There a Test for Agent Orange Exposure?
- How Many Vietnam Veterans Have Been Affected by Agent Orange?
- When Was Agent Orange Used?
- Can a Father’s Agent Orange Exposure Cause Birth Defects?
- VA’s Herbicide Problem: Get the Truth About Agent Orange
- BREAKING NEWS: Court Rules Blue Water Navy Veterans Should Be Eligible for Agent Orange Presumption
- Agent Orange Presumptions
- The History of Agent Orange
- 7 Things Every Veteran Should Know About Agent Orange – Video
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