By Donald Marcari | Published July 26, 2018 | | |
Marcari, Russotto, Spencer & Balaban recently received an award for Agent Orange benefits for a veteran stationed in Thailand. This veteran was stationed at the Nakhon Phanom Air Force Base. Based on the presumptive conditions laid out by the VA, Vietnam veterans who served along the perimeters of military bases in Thailand anytime between February Read MoreRead More
Vietnam veterans, unlike the veterans of some other wars, have not had a specific date on which their service and sacrifice could be honored. There have been no anniversary commemorations largely because of the nature and duration of the conflict. That omission has finally been rectified: the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has declared Tuesday, Read MoreRead More
The Veterans Administration recognizes that as the percentage of female active-duty service members rises, there will be a greater need for services sensitive to the needs of female veterans. The stress of combat missions, sexual trauma, isolation and worries about family have produced an estimated 20 percent rate of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in female Read MoreRead More
Vietnam veterans are still fighting for benefits more than 40 years after the Vietnam War. Millions of American soldiers were exposed to harmful herbicides during Vietnam resulting in serious health conditions. These veterans are still unable to get the benefits from the VA that they deserve. For this very reason Senators Gillibrand and Daines introduced Read MoreRead More
Recently, the VA asked the Institute of Medicine to investigate whether Agent Orange residues left on C-123 Aircrafts could be hazardous. Between the years of 1972 and 1982 Air Force Reserve personnel trained and worked on the Post-Vietnam C-123 Aircrafts that sprayed Agent Orange herbicides during the Vietnam War. According to the Institute of Medicine, Read MoreRead More
Is the Vietnam War old news? Not in terms of disability benefits. When the last marines from the U.S. embassy withdrew from Saigon in 1975, the United States’ presence in Vietnam was over. Unfortunately for many veterans, remnants of the war still live on in the form of disabilities. You can see an example of Read MoreRead More
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— Alfred Daye
As a disabled veteran trying to navigate the complexities of the Veterans Administrations regulations, I turned to the law firm of Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban. They helped me understand what I needed to do and prepared and presented to the VA an excellent presentation of my case. I recommend them for your legal needs.
— Harry Johnson
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— Luther Henderson
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— Michele DeZayas
Amanda Medina-Morales was our point of contact and she kept us up to date on the progress of our case. It was a pleasure and relief knowing that someone truly competent and professional was handling this and fighting for us.
— Michele DeZayas