If you were exposed to Contaminated Water at Camp Lejeune you may be entitled to a financial settlement.

If you suffered due to the contaminated water, we can help! But don't delay - time is limited to file your claim. See if you're eligible for compensation:

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Did you serve, live or work at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987?

Did you suffer any of the following medical conditions?

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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination

Routine water testing in 1982 found that drinking water sources at Camp Lejeune were contaminated with benzene, trichloroethylene (TCE), tetrachloroethylene, or perchloroethylene (PCE), and vinyl chloride (VC), all of which are known to be harmful to humans and carcinogenic. Contamination of water was documented at up to 300 times acceptable levels in some cases. A new law allows anyone who lived, served or worked at Camp Lejeune to file a lawsuit for their injuries. You deserve to be heard. Get a free case evaluation to determine your eligibility today. Worried about how it will affect VA benefits? It does not affect any current VA benefits.


Did you have your claim for disability denied by the Veterans Administration? You may be eligible for compensation.

Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022

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. Many of these individuals have had their claims inappropriately denied or delayed, resulting in additional harm. Even if your claim was initially denied, we can still help. Did you visit Camp Lejeune as a family member for at least 30 days between 1953 and 1987? This 30 day threshold does not need to be continuous. It qualifies as long as it is 30 days total. You are eligible for compensation! Just answer a few questions and get your case eligibility today. Do it for yourself and your family. There is possible compensation out there waiting for you.

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If we determine that we can help with your Camp Lejeune case, we will get you in contact with a lawyer who can represent you to pursue compensation at no cost to you. The case evaluation is free.

Evidence for your claim can include:

  • Residence Documents for Camp Lejeune
  • Military service records indicating date served
  • Medical records and bills outlining your diagnosis
  • Travel records to Camp Lejeune
  • Disability benefits records or VA compensation benefits

Damages incurred might include:

  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life or earning capacity
  • Mounting medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Denial of Disability benefits
  • Permanent disability