About National Cancer Benefits Center (Bikini Atoll and Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands)
Guidance for Atomic Veterans Compensation Programs
At the National Cancer Benefits Center, we’ve been helping individuals collect compensation for cancer caused by government-created radiation since 1995.
Compensation funds have been made available by the U.S. Congress. Among these government-sponsored cancer-compensation programs is Atomic Veterans®, which seeks to compensate veterans who participated in atmospheric nuclear testing conducted at Bikini Atoll and Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands between 1946 and 1958 and developed a covered cancer as a result. Find out if you qualify.
We understand how difficult it can be to comply with all the government rules and regulations to complete the claims process – that’s where we come in. We can guide you through the process and help you get the compensation you’re entitled to. The vast majority (90 percent) of our claims are successful.
Our services include:
- Document preparation (proving identification, medical condition, and presence in the area of Bikini Atoll or Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands during the relevant time period)
- Research and investigation
- Claim submittal
Do you know someone who may have a claim for compensation due to cancer caused by government-created radiation from nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll or Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands? If so, tell them about the National Cancer Benefits Center. We are happy to answer any questions about the process.
Possible eligible claimants include individuals from many Native American tribes; people who lived downwind from the Nevada test site (Downwinders®); Atomic Veterans®; on-site participants, both civilians and military personnel (Nevada Test Site Workers); uranium industry miners, millers, and transporters (Uranium Workers); and NuclearWeaponsWorkers.info. For more, visit CancerBenefits.net and CancerBenefits.com.
Call (800) 414-4328 today – our operators are available 24/7 to take your call – or use our request for more information form.