Is there a Camp Lejeune lawsuit deadline?

Yes. For this reason, you should file a Camp Lejeune toxic water claim as soon as possible if you are a veteran, family member, or civilian who spent at least one month at the military base and came to struggle with a qualifying disease. Our attorneys prioritize Camp Lejeune claims, so do not hesitate to contact us in this regard.

The deadline for filing Camp Lejeune toxic water claims is August 10, 2024

Since causes of action under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act did not arise until August 10, 2022, when the Camp Lejeune Justice Act became law, the deadline for filing federal tort claims under the bill is August 10, 2024. Therefore, people who drank toxic water at the military base and developed a disease that makes them entitled to financial compensation have two years to file a claim to obtain money from the government.

Before a lawsuit can be filed under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, a notice of a tort claim must be filed with the federal government by the claimant or their attorney. Our attorneys will take care of this aspect of the legal process on your behalf if you choose to work with our law firm.

Our skilled attorneys can promptly help you file a Camp Lejeune toxic water claim

If you are a veteran who spent time at Camp Lejeune while the drinking water was contaminated with industrial solvents and struggle with a disease, please give a call to our legal team, as you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Still, before filing a claim, our attorneys will need to thoroughly assess your case, which is why we will request your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records. Veterans who are too ill to participate in the legal process can have a family member's help.

Eligible Marine veterans will have a Camp Lejeune water contamination claim filed on their behalf, as our legal team will take care of the most complex aspects of the process. We are aware of how overwhelming suffering from a serious disease can be, so we will do all in our power to make the legal process as easy to navigate as possible for you. If our endeavors are successful, you will receive the compensation available for the severity of your disease.

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