U.S. Congress continues to create new laws – and update existing laws – regarding exposure to government-created radiation. This is especially important for anyone who may be interested in submitting a claim for compensation under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) or Section 3141 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The Department of Justice has issued 28 CFR Part 79, which is the current law and it is set to expire in May, 2024.
So how does the average American keep up with the ever-changing legal landscape when it comes to receiving compensation for government-created radiation exposure? At the National Cancer Benefits Center, we can help you find out if you qualify for this compensation – and get it.