Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah
New proposed federal legislation in 2024 may award $150,000, tax-free, to individuals who have had cancer and were exposed to the radiation from the Atmospheric Nuclear Testing, which took place at the Nevada Test Site in the 1950s and 1962.
See if you or a deceased family member would qualify.
Note: If you or a family member have previously filed and been paid under the current legislation, there may be additional compensation available.
Committed To Providing You with the Best Service Possible.
At the Cancer Benefits Center for Downwinders®, our entire team is dedicated to streamlining the process of obtaining your claim benefits swiftly and with minimal effort on your part. Our primary objective is to alleviate your stress and frustration throughout this journey. Each department within our organization possesses specialized expertise, but we collaborate seamlessly to expedite the disbursement of funds to you.
Beyond serving as a helpline for those seeking information or assistance with claims, we actively promote these programs nationwide and engage in public education efforts. Our outreach extends to attorneys, law firms, doctors, and hospitals, aiming to increase awareness of the advantages offered by these cancer programs.
Furthermore, we are committed to supporting cancer research initiatives with the ultimate goal of eradicating cancer. While progress has been made, we acknowledge that there is still a long road ahead. Regardless of where we reside or our occupation, statistics indicate that one in three of us will face some form of cancer. However, early detection remains our best defense against this disease. We strongly urge you to schedule regular cancer screenings to enhance your chances of survival.
Downwinders® Customer Support Center
Our Cancer Benefits Center customer support center is available 24/7, 365 days a year, ensuring we are here for you whenever you need assistance, day or night. Our operators are not only professional but also friendly and welcoming. We understand the importance of connecting with a warm and helpful voice rather than encountering an automated message instructing you to leave a message or call back during regular business hours.
Document Preparation Assistance
Our document preparation department is dedicated to collaborating closely with you to assemble all the essential paperwork required throughout the entire claims process. Our skilled and approachable preparation staff stands ready to address any inquiries you may have. They are here to offer guidance and ensure that this process is as swift and effortless as it can be for you.
Dedicated Research Support
Our Cancer Benefits Center research department team is fully committed to assisting you in obtaining any specialized documents essential for your claim. They possess extensive knowledge regarding the specific documentation requirements tailored to the type of claim you are submitting. If you require assistance in procuring these documents, they have established connections in various cities, counties, and states across the entire United States. Whether it involves identification, medical records, or proof of presence documentation, they are well-equipped to lend a hand.
Our investigative branch operates discreetly, stepping in when our research team encounters challenges in obtaining the essential documents crucial for the approval and processing of your claim. Leveraging a network of investigative field support across the entire United States, they are prepared to contract with specialists who possess the expertise required to acquire specific documents vital to your case.
Downwinders® | Downwinders® RECA Radiation Exposure Compensation
If You Have Lived in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, or Utah, Register for $150,000 Downwinders® Federal Cancer Compensation.
American Cancer Society Recommendations
Here is a concise summary of the American Cancer Society's recommendations for the early detection of cancer in asymptomatic individuals:
- People aged 20-40: It is advisable to undergo a cancer-related checkup every three years.
- People aged 40 and older: A yearly cancer-related checkup is recommended.
These checkups should encompass health counseling and, depending on the individual's age, may include examinations for various cancers such as those affecting the thyroid, oral cavity, skin, lymph nodes, testes, and ovaries.