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When will my Camp Lejeune lawsuit settle? So far, we have 42 Camp Lejeune settlements out of over 170,000 claims.

There is no Camp Lejeune class action lawsuit. But these claims have many of the same features of a class action lawsuit, and lawyers work together as they do in an MDL class action.  Famously, class action lawsuits can take up to a decade before settlement payouts are offered.

That will not happen here. Our lawyers explain below why we do not think it will be long before better Camp Lejeune settlement payouts are offered. But we need a better plan than the Elective Option because those offers will not get us far.

If you lived or worked at Camp Lejeune at any point before 1988 and you were subsequently diagnosed with thyroid cancer, you may be able to bring a Camp Lejeune lawsuit and get financial compensation for your losses.

On this page, our Camp Lejeune lawyers provide the following information:

  1. A summary of the water contamination at Camp Lejeune

Our lawyers represent victims seeking to file a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit in all 50 states.

This post examines the evidence linking Parkinson’s disease to the Camp Lejeune water supply. We discuss the potential settlement amounts for a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit. Our lawyers believe the average per-person settlement payouts for Parkinson’s disease from Lejeune cases could exceed $1 million.  We explain our thinking – with the appropriate caveats – below.

The new  Lejeune settlement offer has Parkinson’s disease listed as a Tier 2 injury.  So it is Track 1  for litigation (see below) but Tier 2 for settlement.   This is completely ridiculous but our lawyers do not think many Parkinson’s victims will be jumping on this offer even if it was listed as a Tier 1 injury (it is a $50,000 difference)

Our lawyers are representing victims seeking to file a Camp Lejeune scleroderma lawsuit in all 50 states.

This post will look at the evidence linking scleroderma to the Camp Lejeune water supply and the potential settlement amounts for a scleroderma disease lawsuit.

In January 2024, we learned that about 2% of Camp Lejeune claims involve systemic scleroderma. So, while not a huge chunk of the total Lejeune claims, it is still probably ranked 12th in the number of claims.  There are over 30 types of claims overall.

Last year Congress passed a new law to allow victims of the water contamination at Camp Lejeune the right to get compensation. Since then, over 15,000 former Camp Lejeune residents and employees have filed claims, and the number continues to grow.  It has been almost six months since the law was passed, and the first claimants will be eligible to file lawsuits.

In this post, we will discuss the following:

  1.  how the Camp Lejeune water contamination litigation has developed

Our lawyers are handling Camp Lejeune bladder cancer lawsuits in all 50 states.

This page is about bladder cancer injury and wrongful death claims. Our law firm discusses the legislation that will allow a Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuit and how the new September 2023 settlement offer applies to bladder cancer claims.  As of January 2024, the government has made settlement offers in nine bladder cancer lawsuits.

Camp Lejuene bladder cancer cases will be strong claims with a high likelihood of good settlement payouts. Our lawyers have been saying this from day 1. Why? No reasonable person can argue that PCEs do not cause bladder cancer. The science is clear and PCEs were ubiquitous at Camp Lejeune. As this litigation has progressed, our lawyers have had increasing confidence about the compensation Lejeune bladder cancer victims will see.

Marines, civilian residents, and employees at Camp Lejeune may have developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma from exposure to toxic chemicals in the drinking water for over three decades. Thanks to a new federal law, victims can now file Camp Lejeune non-Hodgkin lymphoma lawsuits against the government and get financial compensation for their injuries.

Our attorneys are handling Camp Lejeune lymphoma lawsuits in all 50 states. This page will examine Camp Lejeune NHL cases and their expected settlement value.


Last weekend, the plaintiffs filed a Master Complaint in the Camp Lejeune lawsuits.

The crux of the Master Camp Lejeune Complaint is rooted in the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022.  This document has been created in line with the guidelines established in Case Management Order No. 2, dated September 26, 2023. It’s intended to serve as a foundational reference for individual CLJA actions and works in tandem with the Court-approved Short Form Complaint.

What is a Master Complaint in an MDL or class action lawsuit?  A master complaint in the context of class action or multidistrict litigation (MDL) is a comprehensive legal document that consolidates and presents common factual allegations and legal claims on behalf of a large group of plaintiffs who have been similarly affected or harmed.

Our attorneys handle Camp Lejeune liver cancer and fatty liver disease lawsuits in all 50 states.

You can argue that liver cancer is the most potent disease linked to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. Why?   Unlike most diseases from Camp Lejeune’s toxic water, liver cancer is linked to all three significant contaminants at Camp Lejeune: TCE, PCE, and benzene.

So we expect the government to be willing to offer reasonable settlement amounts in Camp Lejeune liver cancer lawsuits because of the evidence that liver cancer is linked to Lejeune.

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