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June 18, 2019

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Posted: Thursday, April 13, 2017 12:00 am

Current and former Lawrence Livermore National Lab and Sandia National Lab employees who are suffering from illnesses are potentially eligible to receive up to $400K in compensation, as well as extensive medical benefits. Survivors (spouses, children, grandchildren, step children) of deceased employees who suffered from illnesses (cancers, and others) are also eligible for some compensation, even if the employee died decades ago.

The law is called the Energy Employee Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act and there is a meeting at the Livermore Public Library, (1188 S. Livermore Ave. Community Room A) on Thursday April 20th at noon to discuss how to apply for these benefits, or if you have already applied, how to get your claim approved. All are welcome to join us to learn more about this program. You can call local advocate Scott Yundt to learn more, 925-443-7148.

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