Camp Lejeune Lawsuit: A Comprehensive Guide (2024)

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Between 1953 and 1987, US Marine Corps leaders at Camp Lejune in Jacksonville, NC concealed the toxicity levels of the water from USMC personnel and their families stationed at the base. As a result, personnel members and their families suffered serious health conditions including neurological disorders, several types of cancer, miscarriages, and birth defects.

In 2022, the US government introduced The PACT Act, which includes the Camp Lejune Justice Act, opening the process for USMC personnel to pursue damages for health conditions suffered as a result of consuming and bathing in the contaminated water at Camp Lejune. This includes settlement amounts distinct from VA benefits they may have already earned. If you haven’t received VA benefits, you will also be entitled to receive those as well.

USMC personnel and their families may be entitled to compensation if they have endured an injury or illness as a result of the contaminated water at Camp Lejune between 1953 and 1987. In order to file a claim, you must have resided at Camp Lejune for at least a 30-day period during this timeframe. Check out a few resources we’ve listed at the bottom of the page, or use our online contact form to see what the next steps are for securing compensation. We will continue to update our readers as new information develops.

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