CONGRESS APPROVES APPROXIMATELY $6.1 BILLION SETTLEMENT FOR
CAMP LEJEUNE VICTIMS
Our Heroes & Their Families Deserve To Be Heard & Seek Justice
For years, affected veterans and their families struggled to seek justice for the harm caused by this exposure. However, a turning point came in August when a new law was enacted, allowing those impacted by the contamination to bring claims against the government for their suffering.
Now, more than ever, it is crucial for those who lived, worked, or were stationed at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987 to come forward and explore their legal options. If you or someone you know falls into this category, you may be entitled to a settlement to help compensate for the hardship you have endured.
By pursuing justice and filing a lawsuit, you are not only standing up for your rights but also for the rights of countless others who have been affected by this tragedy. For too long, the brave men and women who served at Camp Lejeune have faced the consequences of contaminated water without the support they deserve.
Now’s The Time For Camp Lejeune Victims To Seek Damages
Together, we can help the victims of Camp Lejeune’s toxic water receive the compensation and recognition they may be entitled to. It is time to bring this tragedy to light and ensure that no one affected by the contamination at Camp Lejeune is left behind. Just answer 3 questions to find out if you or your loved ones qualify for a potential settlement and take the first step toward justice.Don’t miss this opportunity to seek the justice you deserve. Stand with fellow veterans and their families and bring healing to the Camp Lejeune community.
- Congressional Budget Office (CBO). “Cost Estimate.” (May 1, 2023) https://www.cbo.gov/system/files/2022-06/hr3967_senate_version.pdf.
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). “Chemicals Involved.” (May 1, 2023) https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/sites/lejeune/chem_descriptions.html.
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