Filing a Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuit does not cancel your right to VA disability compensation
Marines who spent time at Camp Lejeune while the drinking water was contaminated have the right to file a lawsuit with the government and to get VA disability compensation. If you are a veteran, filing a lawsuit will not cancel your right to VA disability compensation. Depending on how severe your disease is, the VA will assign you a disability percentage ranging between 10% and 100%. While veterans with a 10% disability rating will receive $165 per month, those with a 100% disability rating will receive between $3,757 and $4,295 per month.
We strongly encourage veterans injured by drinking toxic water at Camp Lejeune to file a lawsuit, as the compensation they can obtain can greatly help with covering medical expenses and other costs. To file a lawsuit under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, veterans should work with a very experienced attorney, as the process is very complex and tedious, requiring specialized knowledge. Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in filing toxic exposure claims, and many of our clients are veterans injured by toxic exposure in the military.
File your Camp Lejeune water contamination claim with the assistance of our diligent attorneys
Our law firm has the necessary experience, knowledge, and resources to help you file a Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuit, as well as a VA disability claim if you are a Marine veteran. The only documents necessary to assess your case are your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records. Family members who intend to file a claim will have to send our legal team proof of their stay at Camp Lejeune in addition to their medical records.
After we comprehensively evaluate your situation, we will let you know if you are entitled to financial compensation. Eligible individuals will promptly have their lawsuits filed, as we are well aware that many toxic exposure victims struggle financially due to the high cost of treatment. We operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not have to pay anything unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.