The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 allows military veterans, their family members, and others who were potentially exposed to water contamination at Camp LeJeune in North Carolina to seek compensation.
Hundreds of thousands of military members and their families, as well as families and workers near the site, have potentially been exposed to contaminated water. This exposure can lead to a range of health problems, including cancer, birth defects, Parkinson’s disease, and more.
Who Should Submit a Free Case Evaluation?
Those who may qualify for compensation should submit a free case evaluation today. With the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, eligible people who were exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune between 1953-1987 for at least 30 days and who developed health problems outlined in the Act may file a claim. This includes:
- Military members stationed at Camp Lejeune
- Families of Camp Lejeune military, including spouses, dependants, and individuals exposed in utero
- Civilians who were on the base
Additionally, to be eligible, you must be able to prove you were on the base for 30 or more consecutive days and you must have been diagnosed with one of the known health conditions.
If you or a loved one believe you are entitled to financial compensation, fill out our free case evaluation. One of our experienced attorneys will review your case and let you know what your legal options are. We have decades of experience fighting for justice for veterans and their families. We are here to help you.