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Agent Orange: Limited Information Is Available on the Number of Civilians Exposed in Vietnam and Their Workersí Compensation Claims
Robert E. Robertson (au)
Civilian employees of the U.S. govít. may have difficulty in obtaining workersí compensation benefits for medical conditions they developed as a result of their exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam. This report determines: (1) what is known about the number of civilians who served in Vietnam, both those employed directly by the U.S. govít. & those employed by companies that contracted with the govít.; (2) what is known about the number, processing, & disposition of claims filed by these civilians; & (3) what options are available if Congress chooses to improve access to benefits for civilians exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam who developed illnesses as a result of their exposure, & what are their cost implications? Charts & tables.
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