Camp Lejeune

Are you a veteran, civilian employee or a family member of someone who was based in Camp Lejeune Marine Base in North Carolina? If you answered yes, did you know that you may be eligible for monetary compensation?

Click here to find out what type of compensation you can receive. 

In the case of Camp Lejeune two out of its eight water supplies were contaminated with harsh chemicals like benzene, vinyl chloride and other compounds that could cause severe illnesses or cancer. 

The PACT Act of 2021 has made it possible for veterans and the families of veterans to get the compensation they deserve for veterans who were exposed to toxic substances during their service. 

If you or a loved one lived on the Camp Lejeune Marine Base between 1953 and 1987 and experienced any long-lasting ailments or cancer, you can file a claim against the army. 

Learn How to File

If your loved one has sadly passed away from the long-term effects of being exposed to toxic chemicals at Camp Lejeune like developing cancer, you may file a claim on their behalf

For those receiving benefits from the VA, filing a claim for review will NOT interfere with your benefits, so do not be afraid to fight for your right to equal compensation. 

To find out more about the claim, if you qualify and how to file a review of your case, click the link below. 

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