Were you stationed at Camp Lejeune between the years 1953 and 1987? If you were, you may be eligible for compensation.
Contaminated water at the military base has been linked to a range of severe health conditions affecting veterans and their families.
Camp Lejeune Lawsuits Expected to Surge by 2024
As of February 1, 2023, over 15,000 claims have already been filed under the CLJA. News outlets like Bloomberg speculate that this number could reach as high as 500,000 before the deadline in 2024.
Update on Camp Lejeune Claims Process
In August 2023, the Department of the Navy announced that they had received over 93,000 CLJA claims to date and have begun processing 17,000 of those. Although the Navy is working with the DOJ to develop an “early resolution framework,” no concrete time frame has been provided for claim resolution.
Negligence From the Government
Each lawsuit related to Camp Lejeune’s water contamination alleges that the water supply was tainted between the 1960s and 1980s. These lawsuits claim that the United States negligently caused injury or death by allowing contaminants into the water and failing to warn about severe potential side effects, including death.
Contact a Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Attorney
If you or a loved one were stationed at Camp Lejeune between the 1950s and 1980s and have suffered health issues as a result, we strongly urge you to file a claim. Don’t let this opportunity for justice pass you by; you deserve to have your voice heard.
Contact us today to take the crucial first step towards getting the compensation and peace of mind you need.
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