Over 15,000 Camp Lejeune toxic water claims have been filed by veterans and family members
While there is no Camp Lejeune class action lawsuit, numerous veterans, family members, and civilians who lived at the military base have filed a claim with the government so far. It is estimated that until August 2024, which is the deadline for filing Camp Lejeune toxic water claims, up to 500,000 individuals will have taken legal action. Therefore, we should expect to see more and more claims filed under the recently enacted Camp Lejeune Justice Act in the near future.
It is worthy of note that the Congressional Budget Office projects spending over $6.1 billion in Camp Lejeune settlements between 2022 and 2031, so we strongly encourage toxic exposure victims to seek legal recourse and file a claim. Our attorneys specialize in toxic exposure cases, so if you were stationed at the military base and came to struggle with a disease, either as a veteran or civilian, you should reach out to our law firm.
Quality legal assistance for individuals who want to file a Camp Lejeune toxic water claim
Since 1990, our attorneys have been dedicating their endeavors to pursuing compensation for toxic exposure victims. If you spent time at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987 and now struggle with a disease, you might be eligible to file a claim, so we encourage you to contact us. The only documents you will have to send our legal team as a veteran are your military records, which you must retrieve, and your medical records stating your diagnosis. As a family member, we will request evidence of your stay at Camp Lejeune and your medical records.
We will carefully review these documents, which will also serve as a starting point in building your claim if we deem you eligible. Our skilled attorneys will strive to obtain the maximum compensation you might be entitled to both from the U.S. government under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act and from the VA in the form of disability compensation if you are a veteran. It is important to know that we operate on a contingency fee basis, so you will not have to pay anything out of pocket unless we recover money for you.