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Information Concerning Camp Lejeune Water Litigation

The United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina is the exclusive jurisdiction for the Camp Lejeune water contamination cases. The Court’s website can be found here. November 29, 2023 NOTICE – The Court has established a Plaintiffs’ Leadership Group. The group and its Liaison Counsel are tasked with the responsibility to “[k]eep […]

Update On: Elective Option Settlement Program

As of this week, the updated statistics of interest for the Elective Option settlement program are as follows:  1] There are 1,764 cases currently on file in the Eastern District of North Carolina; 2] There are over 227,309 administrative claims filed with the Department of Navy; 3] Of those 227,309 claims, 59 cases have been fully resolved and paid; and 4] The average payment is approximately $235,000 per […]

Women Speak Out About their Difficult Pregnancies While Living on Base at Camp Lejeune

Women are speaking out about their experiences going through complicated pregnancies and losing their babies while living at Marine Corp base Camp Lejeune. The North Carolina base has been plagued with scandal over its contaminated drinking water and its connection to cancer diagnoses in the officials who served there. Military personnel stationed at Camp Lejeune from 1975 to 1985 […]

Baby Heaven: The Buried Stories of Camp Lejeune

For the first time five mothers detail their heart-break: veteran marines, wives and daughters most of whom are sick themselves, all of whom lost babies after being exposed to the toxic water at Camp Lejeune. Their journeys are filled with pain and fury as they confront the ways they say they’ve been lied to and […]

A Quick Reminder: Who Is Eligible Under the PACT Act

Veterans, family members, civilian employees and others exposed for at least 30 days from Aug. 1, 1953, to Dec. 31, 1987, may qualify to file a claim or lawsuit if they were diagnosed with a presumptive health condition or another they can show was, more likely than not, the result of contamination. In utero exposure […]

What are the Dates for the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Eligibility

The relief provided in the PACT Act is available to those Marine Corps personnel and others exposed to Camp Lejeune’s contaminated water supply from Aug. 1, 1953, to Dec. 31, 1987, when the water contained various toxic chemicals. Who Is Eligible Under the PACT Act Veterans, family members, civilian employees and others exposed for at least 30 […]

Has the Deadline Passed to File a Camp Lejeune Claim?

The ability to file a Camp Lejeune lawsuit depends on various factors such as the statute of limitations, your eligibility, and the specific circumstances of your case. Camp Lejeune, a U.S. Marine Corps base in North Carolina, has been the center of lawsuits related to water contamination issues that have affected service members and their […]

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination: It’s Important to know Your Rights

Since 2012, Veterans who served on active duty in the Armed Forces at Camp Lejeunefor 30 days or more between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, have beeneligible for hospital care and medical services for any of 15 illnesses or conditionsidentified in the Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Actof 2012, […]

Camp LeJeune Claimants: Beware of Scammers

As we have mentioned in previous newsletters, we continue to encounter “scams” that target Camp Lejeune claimants.  Unscrupulous companies and individuals, usually unaffiliated with any specific law firm, are using the publicity of the Camp Lejeune litigation as the opportunity to engage with veterans and illegally obtain personal information. These scammers are aggressively advertising that claims are […]