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SIGNIFICANT Compensation May Be Available
Did you or a loved one work, live, or serve at Camp Lejeune? You may be entitled to SIGNIFICANT Compensation
For more than 10 years, our team has specialized in helping veterans and their families. We'll handle everything from filing your claim to fighting for the highest possible settlement. Find Out if You Qualify Today!
Time is Limited - More than 14,000 people have already filed claims!
The projected settlement figures for the Camp Lejeune water contamination are substantial.
How to Qualify for a Claim
If you or a loved one lived, worked, or served at Camp Lejeune between 1953 - 1987, you may qualify.
How our Team can Help You
A new law passed in 2022 allows affected veterans and their families to file a claim to receive compensation for illnesses or death caused by contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.
The process for filing a claim is very complex and any errors in your application can result in your claim being denied. Our legal team are experts in these types of claims and will guarantee that everything is filed correctly and fight to get you the highest possible settlement amount.
Our services are provided at NO RISK to you. You won’t pay anything until we win your case.
Thousands of Marines and their families unknowingly drank contaminated water for more than 30 years
Water testing in 1982 found that drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated with dangerous chemicals known to be carcinogenic or harmful to humans. Contamination of water was documented at up to 300 times acceptable levels in some cases. These dangers were ignored and many innocent Marines & their families have developed very serious illnesses or death because of the water they consumed.
If you or a loved one developed any of these conditions, you may be entitled to significant compensation:
> Bladder cancer
> Breast cancer
> Cardiac birth defects> Esophageal cancer
> Female infertility
> Hepatic steatosis
> Kidney cancer
> Liver cancer> Lung cancer
> MDS(Myelodysplastic syndromes)
> Miscarriage> Multiple myeloma
> Neurobehavioral effects> Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma> Parkinson’s disease> Renal toxicity> Scleroderma> Other injury
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Time is limited. Complete the form today to make sure you have the best chance to recieve the justice you deserve.
Our team will call you as soon as possible to discuss how to get the settlement you deserve. This is completely free with no obligations.
Your attorney will fight for you to receive the highest possible compensation. There are no risks or up-front costs to you.
Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022
In June 2022, the US Senate passed the Honoring our Pact Act with a bipartisan vote of 84-13. This act includes critical support for victims of Camp Lejenue water contamination, and allows impacted individuals to file a claim for significant compensation.
Many of these individuals who developed severe illneses due to government negligence at Camp Lejenue have had their claims inappropriately denied or delayed by the VA, resulting in additional harm.
People or loved ones of those who lived, worked, or were stationed at Camp Lejeune who experienced a water toxicity-related illness may now be eligible for a significant settlement.
Contact our expert team today to get the justice that you deserve!
There is NO upfront cost to using the attorneys and the consultation is 100% free of charge.
In the event, they win your case, your attorneys will receive a contingency fee based on the funds they recover to pay for costs.
You pay nothing unless you win.
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