Camp LeJeune Lawsuits

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U.S. Veterans, their family members and employees of Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, may have been exposed to contaminated water between August 1953 and December 1987. Water at Camp LeJeune was contaminated with several hazardous chemicals linked to serious health conditions including cancer, birth defects and other potentially life-threatening injuries. The water contained volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including dry cleaning solvents, degreasers, chemicals used on heavy machinery and almost 70 other toxic substances. The (VOCs) were generated by treatment plants that supplied water to the base and many family housing units.

Pending passage of the Camp LeJeune Justice Act of 2022, individuals (including in utero) exposed to and harmed by the contaminated water will have a path to file a claim against the U.S. Government and potentially secure monetary compensation. If someone served, lived and/or worked at Camp LeJeune for at least thirty (30) days between August 1953 and December 1987 and experienced one of the following injuries, they may have a claim:

  • Aplastic Anemia

  • Birth Defects

  • Cancer including Bladder, Breast, Esophageal, Kidney, Leukemia, Liver, Lung, Multiple Myeloma, NHL, Other

  • Female Infertility/Miscarriages

  • Myelodysplastic Syndromes

  • Neurobehavioral Effects

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Renal Toxicity

  • Other

Veterans and their families deserve to be properly compensated for their injuries related to their time at Camp LeJeune. The experienced attorneys at Fiffik Law Group are here to help. Fill out and submit our Camp LeJeune Questionnaire to see if you are entitled to compensation.

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