The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden on August 10, 2022, allowing veterans, family members, and civilians who lived at the military base between 1953 and 1987 to seek financial compensation from the government by filing a toxic water claim.
However, people whose health was affected by water contamination have until August 10, 2024, to file a Camp Lejeune toxic water claim. Therefore, veterans and family members have less than one year to file a water contamination claim, so we encourage everyone who intends to obtain financial compensation to take legal action as soon as possible. Camp Lejeune toxic water claims take one to two years to result in compensation, so veterans and family members have all the more reasons to seek the money they are entitled to right away.
To become eligible to file a Camp Lejeune water contamination claim, you must have been stationed at the military base between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, for at least 30 consecutive days. Furthermore, you or your child, if you were pregnant during your stay at Camp Lejeune, must have a diagnosis that has a strong association with drinking toxic water at the military facility, namely one of the following:
Because of the short time that remains for seeking financial compensation for the harm resulting from drinking contaminated water at the military base, we strongly encourage Marines and family members to seek legal assistance as soon as possible, as otherwise, they could lose their right to file a toxic water claim under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act.
To determine whether you are eligible to file a claim, we advise you to get in touch with our team of professionals, who can easily help you find out if you are entitled to compensation under this law. We will carefully evaluate your case with minimal involvement on your part, as we understand how physically and emotionally draining suffering from a serious disease such as cancer can be. Our expert team has what it takes to offer you the assistance you need if you are a Camp Lejeune water contamination victim.
With over 35 years of experience in reviewing toxic exposure claims, our expert team has the necessary resources and knowledge to help you determine whether you are eligible to file a Camp Lejeune toxic water claim. The only documents we will request to assess your case are your military records or evidence of your stay at the military base and your medical records. If you are entitled to compensation, we will direct you to a reliable, specialized attorney.