Get the EEOICP Claims Assistance you need for your past or present cancer diagnosis

Helping Hanford workers maximize their EEOICP benefits as we offer our assistance FREE of charge.

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Claims Assistance with EEOICP Paperwork

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Claim and Paperwork Assistance for current and former
nuclear workers at Hanford

Atomic Home Health works with current and former Hanford Site workers who have been diagnosed with cancer that may warrant “white card” benefits. Some of the cancers that are being awarded are:

-Bone Cancer

-Renal Cancers


-Lung Cancer

-Multiple Myeloma

-Lymphomas (other than Hodgkin’s)

-Bile ducts


-Breast (female)

-Breast (male)



-Gall bladder

-Liver (except if cirrhosis or Hep B is indicated)




-Salivary gland

-Small intestine



-Urinary bladder

If your employment was not for 250 days prior to the Special Exposure Cohort (presumption) class, you will have to process your claim through NIOSH and/or apply for Part E benefits. Some examples of these types of cancer would be Prostate and Skin cancer. Part B claims are based off of radiation exposure, while Part E claims are for any chemicals, toxins, and solvents that may have contributed to your cancer. For these Part E claims, it is important to know your job function and duties, buildings you worked in, and exposures you may have had. 

The earlier your employment history (1960-1990’s), that you had at the Hanford site, gives you better odds of approval for your claim. It is important to contact our agency to better qualify a potential claim, and we do NOT charge for our services. Atomic Home Health strives to give you the best options when going forward with a claim. 

Atomic Home Health has met former Hanford workers who have been unable to get approved for their cancer conditions due to not knowing the proper steps or resources available to them to help assist in the EEOICP process. We have heard from many claimants that:


-“My doctor does not know what the ‘white card’ is”…

-“My doctor does not believe my cancer is due to my exposures or employment at Hanford”…

-“My doctor is not interested in helping me with my ‘white card’ claim”…


Atomic Home Health can help guide you through the correct channels to get your claim approved. We have developed strategic relationships with physicians who want to help Hanford workers get approved for their claims. The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA) was created to help provide medical benefits and financial compensation to workers exposed to radiation during the age of nuclear weapons development. For accepted cancer diagnoses, this program may compensate up to $400,000 as well as cover 100% of medical expenses related to your awarded diagnoses.

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Claims Assistance

Do you have this white card?
Atomic Home Health has helped claimants with cancer, who already have their white card, maximize their benefits and get consequential conditions added. These additional conditions help to increase the financial compensation and medical benefits that you are entitled to. 

Please fill out our occupational questionnaire today to maximize your EEOICP benefits!

We can help with the paperwork at NO COST to you:

  • Initial Claim
  • Wage Loss
  • Home Health
  • Survivor Benefits
  • Medical Supplies
  • Denied Claims
  • Impairment Ratings
  • Provider Transfers
  • Consequential Illnesses
  • Home Modifications

We help Hanford workers maximize their EEOICP benefits as we offer our assistance FREE OF CHARGE.

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Atomic Home Health offers services to current and formal nuclear energy workers which include Hanford site workers, Uranium workers, PNNL workers, and qualifying DOE contractors and subcontractors, who may have developed specific work-related illnesses due to exposure to radiation or hazardous chemicals.

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  • Current or Former Hanford Worker Information