Camp Lejeune Case
Camp Lejeune is a 246 square mile military training facility located in North Carolina. Its construction started in 1941 and has been used traditionally for amphibious assault training.
For at least 34 years, between 1953 to 1987 USMC and other civilian personnel who lived by the base, or used their facilities have been exposed to several different contaminants in the water, among those:
Camp Lejeune water contamination
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) such as:
- Vinyl chloride
These chemicals can cause several adverse health effects such as:
Camp Lejeune possible health effects
- Kidney cancer
- Non-hodgkin lymphoma
- Cardiac effects
- Multiple myeloma
- Liver cancer
- Myeloid lekemia (AML)
- Among many others
Eligibility for Camp Lejeune lawsuits
Veterans who have served at Camp Lejeune during the established period may be eligible for disability benefits.
Camp Lejeune Justice Act
In June 2022 The Camp Lejeune Justice Act passed both the House and the Senate vote. This bill is awaiting President Biden’s signature to become law, and will allow veterans who were exposed to the harmful chemicals in the water to file a lawsuit against the United States Government.
Camp Lejeune Attorney
The Ledger Law Firm has assembled a team of lawyers, specialists and case managers to address any potential Camp Lejeune Lawsuit claims. We have vast experience working with mass-tort and pharmaceutical litigation, which will ensure that you get the justice you deserve.
How to file a Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Claim
In the Camp Lejeune contamination case, potential victims can claim for damages such as:
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Temporary and permanent disabilities
- Among others
Can I file a claim in the Camp Lejeune contamination case?
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