Grand Junction Radiation Exposure Lawyer
At KILLIAN DAVIS Richter & Mayle, PC we have represented claimants under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) since 1993. Our firm has over a 97% success rate for claims filed under the Act. We strive to continue this record of success by diligently representing surviving victims of radiation exposure and their eligible surviving family members. Working in the Four Corners Area, we have the knowledge and experience to offer you valuable assistance with your RECA claim. Our radiation exposure attorneys represent clients all over the United States. Our offices are located in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Uranium Mining Personal Injury Law
Our knowledgeable radiation exposure lawyers can answer your questions about the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act and other laws, like the Energy Employees Occupation Illness Compensation Act Program Act (EEOICPA). Since the last technical amendments to RECA, more victims of uranium exposure may qualify for benefits, even if your claim was previously denied. As experienced RECA attorneys, we can help you take action to claim the compensation to which you are entitled.
Watch New Mexico Senator Tom Udall introduce the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act Amendments of 2010
No Recovery, No Fee
All attorneys’ fees for Radiation Compensation Act claims filed with the Department of Justice are contingent on the claims’ success. This contingent fee agreement states that lawyers can only collect attorney’s fees if the claimant is awarded benefits. If you claim is denied, you will not owe attorney’s fees.
Contact RECA Claim Attorneys in Grand Junction
Contact the law firm of KILLIAN DAVIS Richter & Mayle, PC at (970) 241-0707 to schedule a free and confidential consultation about how RECA benefits may affect you. We are friendly and effective personal injury attorneys who can help you and your family get the benefits you deserve. We have helped many clients throughout the United States and the Four Corners Area.
For more information, please see our Radiation Exposure Compensation Act FAQs.