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Our attorneys are handling Camp Lejeune leukemia 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 toxic water lawsuit.

Our lawyers also speculate on the potential settlement amounts Camp Lejeune leukemia victims and wrongful death family members might recover in these lawsuits.

Our lawyers represent victims looking to bring a Camp Lejeune lawsuit in all 50 states. We believe this page provides more comprehensive and updated information on Camp Lejeune claims than you will find anywhere.

This page provides the following:

  1. the latest  news and updates on the Camp Lejeune lawsuit

Marines and employees at the Camp Lejeune military base in North Carolina were unknowingly exposed to carcinogenic chemicals in their drinking water for three decades spanning the 1950s to the 1980s. Scientific studies have concluded that these chemicals cause serious adverse health consequences for these individuals.

Aplastic anemia is one of the diseases that has been conclusively linked to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. People who became victims of the Camp Lejeune contamination disaster can now bring civil lawsuits for this water contamination and get compensation under a new law that passed Congress in August 2022. Our firm is accepting cases from individuals who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune and were diagnosed with aplastic anemia or similar conditions.

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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 as willing to offer reasonable settlement amounts in Camp Lejeune liver cancer lawsuits because of the evidence that liver cancer is linked to 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.

If you have a potential Parkinson’s disease claim after spending 30 days at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987, call our legal team today at 800-553-8082 or get a free online no-obligation consultation.

Kidney cancer and kidney disease may have the strongest link to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune than any other disease or injury. Camp Lejeune kidney cancer lawsuits will be very strong claims in a courtroom.

But few of these Camp Lejeune kidney cancer lawsuits will ever go to trial. Our attorneys expect the government will offer reasonable settlement amounts to settle these claims out of court. Some may settle during the six-month administrative window required before filing a Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuit.

Why do we think settlement amounts will be offered in kidney cancer Camp Lejeune lawsuits? The link between TCE, a ubiquitous toxin in the water at Lejeune, and kidney cancer is clear. TCE has been firmly established in the medical and epidemiological literature as an agent capable of causing kidney cancer

Talking about Camp Lejeune attorneys’ fees makes us a little big uncomfortable.  But this litigation is too important not to address all of the issues that matter to Camp Lejeune victims and their families, including how much lawyers like us are charging in attorneys’ fees.

There is a big dispute in Congress over Camp Lejeune attorneys’ fees that is getting surprisingly little play in the mainstream media.  Earlier this week, a pair of prominent Democratic Congressmen introduced a new bill on Capital Hill that proposes to set a maximum cap of 33% on attorney fees in Camp Lejeune lawsuits filed under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act (CLJA).  Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Mark Takano (D-CA) brought the new bill to the floor under the title of Protect Access to Justice for Veterans Act which imposes a new federal law specifically addressing attorney’s fees associated with Camp Lejeune settlements and claims.

Aside from imposing a cap of 33% on contingency fee percentages for Cap Lejeune lawyers, the new bill would also create specific rules and obligations regarding the way attorneys disburse the funds of any judgment or award to the victims before compensating themselves for their services.

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.

Camp Lejeune and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Our mass tort attorneys are currently representing victims who are considering a Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuit.  Veterans or civilians who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune before 1988 and were subsequently diagnosed with colorectal cancer may have a potential Camp Lejuene colorectal cancer lawsuit.

On this page, our lawyers:

  1. provide a short overview of the water contamination at Camp Lejeune

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
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