Camp Lejeune’s water was contaminated from 1953 to 1987 with multiple chemicals which can cause multiple serious illnesses. Recent legislation has allowed those sickened by this water to file litigation seeking compensation for their injuries.
Call us today for a free consultation if you or a loved one was sickened by the water at Camp Lejeune. You may qualify for financial compensation. We won’t charge you a fee to represent you until and unless we obtain financial compensation for you.
2023 Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Updates & Latest News
As of April 2023, over 25,000 claims have been filed. Plaintiff lawyers filed a motion in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina asking for Camp Lejeune lawsuits to be coordinated while pretrial proceedings take place, or consolidated before a single judge.
A research article was published noting that TCE, a chemical which polluted Camp Lejeune’s water, has been linked with a 500% increase in the chance of developing Parkinson’s disease.
As of January 2023, over 15,000 claims have been filed. Navy JAG has a 6-month period to respond as part of their administrative claims process. Therefore, they have until February 11, 2023 to respond to the first claims which have been made since the Camp Lejeune Justice Act/ PACT Act was signed into law on August 11, 2022.