Thank You, Na­tional Lab Work­ers with Can­cer

San­dia (1946-1994)

C.A.R.E. - - Tips For Early Detection - Al­bert B. Frowiss, Sr.

Los Alamos (1943-1995)

You worked at least a year pro­vid­ing for our na­tional se­cu­rity at the AEC/DOE Labs. You later got can­cer. Now I will help you or your di­rect sur­vivors as I’ve done for 2,000 very happy fam­i­lies. $150,000 to $400,000 lump sum en­ti­tle­ment awards are avail­able for 23 com­mon types of can­cer. Let me ask a few sim­ple ques­tions for five min­utes. I’ll give you a free and frank as­sess­ment as to whether I can help. I’m not a lawyer and this is no law­suit. I am a na­tional ex­pert on EEOICPA en­ti­tle­ment. You get me, the pro­fes­sional, not a low paid paraflunkie. I un­ravel the frus­trat­ing red tape so you don’t have to. No­body does it bet­ter. You get paid di­rectly by the U.S. Trea­sury. If so, then you pay me just 2%. No ap­peal fees. No fine print.

Al­ready got your $100,000 RECA award as a ura­nium miner, miller or trans­porter? I might now be able to get you an­other $50,000 un­der EEOICPA Part B, plus Part E benefits (im­pair­ment or sur­vivor awards).

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