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Who is Eligible?
Military personnel and civilians living or working near Camp Lejeune Military Base, North Carolina.

Affected service members, Camp Lejeune residents or workers, who had any of the below conditions may qualify:

• Miscarriage
• Multiple myeloma
• Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)
• Neurobehavioral effects
• Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL)

• Parkinson's disease

• Renal toxicity
• Scleroderma

• Infertility
• Bladder cancer
Breast cancer 
• Esophageal cancer
Hepatic steatosis
• Kidney cancer

• Leukemia
• Lung cancer

Those negatively impacted by Camp Lejeune's toxic tap water may be eligible for significant compensation.

Attention DoD Personnel and Civilians Who Worked or Lived at Camp Lejeune

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: 
From the 1950s through the 1980s, people living or working at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, were potentially exposed to drinking water 
contaminated with industrial solvents, benzene, and other chemicals.
Camp Lejeune Water Contamination

Camp Lejeune water contamination sources included leaking underground water storage tanks and waste disposal sites. Runoff from these storage tanks, treatment plants, and a nearby dry cleaner put Trichloroethylene (TCE), Perchloroethylene (PCE), Benzene, and Vinyl Chloride into the camp’s water supply. All of these harmful chemicals are classified by federal agencies as causes of cancers and other deadly diseases. Routine water testing in 1982 found that drinking water sources at Camp Lejeune were contaminated up to 300 times acceptable levels in some cases.

In 1985, the United States military shut down the water sources that were contaminated. The move came after heavy legal and legislative pressure from veterans, families, and veterans advocacy groups. Unfortunately, many of those who had been exposed to the chemicals had developed cancer and other major health problems. 

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 is a bipartisan bill intended to ensure that individuals, veterans, their family members or other individuals living or working at the base between 1953 and 1987 – who were harmed by water contamination at Camp Lejeune receive fair compensation.  The Act permits people who worked, lived, or were exposed in-utero, to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987, to file a claim in U.S. federal court.

Map of Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune

Why an Attorney is Important

Anyone who has been exposed to chemicals in their water and was later diagnosed with illness may be eligible for significant compensation.

Our attorneys have the expertise necessary to help protect your rights in these complex matters. 

Did You or a Family Member Reside or Work at Camp Lejeune Between 1953-1987?

Between the 1950s and the late 1980s, Active Duty service members and their families living at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina drank, cooked with, and bathed in water contaminated with chemical waste from a nearby dry-cleaning company and runoff from military equipment cleaning stations. 

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