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Michael Ehline is an inactive U.S. Marine and motorcycle lawyer in Los Angeles, CA.

Toxic Exposure at Camp Pendleton?

Camp Pendleton Toxic Chemical Exposure Compensation Lawyers Camp Pendleton, a military facility situated in San Diego County on the Southern Californian coast, is one of the largest Marine Corps bases in the United States. We are trying to find lawyers to help us withe the Camp Pendleton Justice Act. Operational Military Base It was constructed in 1942 and is still operational today. This facility was created to train American Marines for combat duty in World War II. The military base was recognized as a permanent facility by the end of 1944. Many Operating Force battalions...

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PACT Act & VA Benefits – Get Support from Paul Ehline Memorial Ride!

Veterans deserve all the support they can get when they get sick or suffer from any kind of injury since they helped our country when they did military service. Regardless of that, there are still many unfair situations affecting veterans, and one of them is the lack of help when they suffer from toxic exposures. It’s not uncommon for veterans to suffer from toxic exposures since veterans who, for example, served at Marine Corps air stations were exposed to several chemicals harmful to people, such as Ra 226 and battery acid. Vietnam veterans suffering from toxic exposure also need...

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History of El Toro Radiation Exposure to Marines and Vets

Although El Toro Marines have been of great help to our country, sometimes, they don’t receive the treatment they deserve. The same happens to Veterans and anyone who ever worked at a Marine Corps air station. Radiation exposure is the perfect example of something we can’t allow Veterans to keep going through. Many people don’t know that, but people on active duty when the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station was working were exposed to toxic chemicals that could have caused severe medical conditions in the future. We are talking about diseases such as breast cancer, lung cancer,...

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Were El Toro Marines Deceived Over Toxic Exposure?

The west coast’s primary Marine Corps aviation base was the ‘El Toro Marine Air Station.’ It was shut down in 1999 and is undergoing significant alteration; new dwellings are being constructed, and a park will soon occupy the site. However, a degreasing chemical contamination in the post’s water supply is slipping under the political radar as residents move into new homes on the former base and politicians continue their work. Most Marines stationed at El Toro Marine Air Station in Orange County, California, today hardly recognize the location. Are There Toxic...

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Advocacy Action: A Powerful Tool for People with Spinal Injuries

Although organizations are catering to spinal cord advocacy, it is crucial to understand that every spinal cord injury is unique, and the needs of the patients may be different too. If you find no resource available to help you cope with your situation, you can become an advocate for yourself. Advocating for Spinal Injuries to Help Yourself and Others Advocating for your medical needs is important in communicating with relevant spinal cord advocacy associations, such as United Spinal Association and other organizations. It can help raise your voice and bring pertinent policies that would...

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History of MCAS (H) Tustin Chemical Exposure – Trust Paul Ehline Memorial Ride

Being exposed to specific toxins while working or going through a specific area can lead to severe health issues depending on the toxin you were exposed to. The perfect example of that is the Marine Corps Air Station (H) in Tustin. This air station started working in 1942, and it’s in Orange County, CA. The Air Corps Station in Tustin is fundamental to the overall history of the Marine Corps since people here patrolled California’s coast during World War II. Therefore, the Marine Corps had control over it and used it for military purposes until it was closed. Regardless of...

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