Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Payouts, Settlements, Compensations

Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Settlements & Payouts (2024)

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The average Camp Lejune water contamination settlement amounts typically range between $150,000 to $1 million. However, in certain circumstances, there have been much higher settlements awarded to USMC personnel and their families.

How much are Camp Lejeune water contamination settlement amounts?

The actual settlement amount awarded to USMC personnel members and their families will depend on the level of suffering the victim or victims have endured and what conditions they have been diagnosed with. Here are some typical ranges we’ve seen in ongoing litigation:

  1. Colon Cancer

    $150,000–$500,000, depending on the severity and duration of illness.

  2. Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)

    $150,000–$450,000, with variations based on individual cases and medical history.

  3. Scleroderma

    $150,000–$450,000, considering the extent of symptoms and impact on quality of life.

  4. Bladder cancer

    $200,000–$700,000, influenced by factors such as treatment requirements and prognosis.

  5. Infertility

    $200,000–$400,000, reflecting the emotional and physical toll of the condition and potential treatment options.

  6. Breast cancer

    $250,000–$700,000, considering treatment complexities and long-term health implications.

  7. Cervical cancer

    $250,000–$500,000, accounting for treatment modalities and prognosis.

  8. Kidney cancer

    $250,000–$450,000, taking into account treatment options and potential complications.

  9. Leukemia

    $250,000–$550,000, based on treatment requirements and prognosis.

  10. Esophageal cancer

    $300,000–$600,000, considering treatment modalities and potential impact on quality of life.

  11. Ovarian cancer

    $300,000–$500,000, reflecting treatment complexities and long-term prognosis.

  12. Lung cancer

    $350,000–$650,000, influenced by treatment options and disease progression.

  13. Brain cancer

    $800,000–over $1 million, considering treatment complexities and potential lifelong care needs.

  14. Parkinson’s disease

    $750,000 or more, based on disease progression and impact on daily functioning.

  15. Birth defects (severe)

    $1 million or more, reflecting the lifelong challenges and medical needs associated with severe birth defects.

  16. Wrongful death

    $650,000–over $1 million, depending on various factors including age, income, and dependents.

The most recent Camp Lejune class action lawsuit has only been ongoing since 2022, and new details are being developed by the week. Even if you haven’t been diagnosed with the conditions listed above, there may still be an opportunity to seek damages.

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