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Marines and civilian residents and employees at Camp Lejeune may have developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma from exposure to toxic chemicals in the drinking water for over 3 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 look at Camp Lejeune NHL cases and their expected settlement value.
Our lawyers are representing victims seeking to file a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit in all 50 states.
This post will look at the evidence linking Parkinson’s disease to the Camp Lejeune water supply and the potential settlement amounts for a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit. Our lawyers believer the average per person settlemet 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.
When will my Camp Lejuene case settle? Thousands of veterans and their family members have filed or will soon be filing Camp Lejeune cases seeking settlement compensation for injuries caused by the contaminated water have this question.
There is no Camp Lejeune class action lawsuit. But these claims have many of the same features of a class action lawsuit. Famously, class action lawsuits can take up to a decade before settlement payouts are offered. Our lawyers explain below why we do not think it will be long before Camp Lejeune settlement payouts are offered.
This post provides the best answer we have to the question of “when is my Camp Lejeune case going to settle?” Our attorneys explain
Our law firm is handling Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuits for victims in all 50 states. This page focus on Camp Lejeune lung cancer lawsuits.
Our lawyers have made a special page for Camp Lejeune lung cancer lawsuits and their settlement value. What we have recently learned (October 2022) is that our law firm has more lung cancer cases than any other type of Camp Lejeune claim other than Parkinson’s disease.
Our lawyers and handling Camp Lejeune wrongful death lawsuits in all 50 states. Our law firm represents victims who have lost a loved one due to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune in wrongful death lawsuits.
The page is about the type of compensation claims survivors may bring and the potential settlement amounts surviving family members may receive.
Our lawyers are currently seeking Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuits in all 50 states. Marines and their families who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987 and were later diagnosed with breast cancer have a potential Camp Lejeune breast cancer lawsuit.
On this page, which was last updated on November 3, 2022, our lawyers:
Our lawyers are currently accepting Camp Lejeune toxic water lawsuits involving female infertility or miscarriage claims from women who lived on the Camp Lejeune Marine base in all 50 states. We are specifically focused on reproductive damage including sperm damage, miscarriages, infertility, and birth defects.
The page discusses infertility and miscarriage lawsuits from Camp Lejeune. Our lawyers look at the science linking contaminated water to miscarriage and infertility and speculate about the expected jury payouts and settlement amounts miscarriage and infertility cases from Camp Lejeune might bring.
Our lawyers are handling Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuits in all 50 states. This page is about a particular type of cancer: multiple myeloma at Camp Lejeune. We look at how multiple myeloma is linked to contaminated water and our attorneys speculate about potential settlement amounts for these cancer lawsuits.
From the 1950s thru the late 1980s the water supply at the USMC base, Camp Lejeune in North Carolina was contaminated with alarmingly high levels of chemical solvents that have been linked to cancer. In the years since this was discovered, numerous public health studies have been done to determine what this contamination did to the health of the estimated 1 million people that were exposed to the water at Camp Lejeune.
These studies have identified clear evidence that exposure to the contaminated water at Lejeune caused an increased risk of multiple myeloma and other lymphohematopoietic cancers. Specifically, it is well understood that both benzene and trichloroethylene (TCE) – two toxins that contaminated the water at Camp Lejuene – cause multiple myeloma. There is evidence that another ubiquitous toxin at Camp Lejuene – perchloroethylene (PCE) – may also cause multiple myeloma.
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.
Camp Lejuene bladder cancer cases will be strong claims with a high likelihood of good settlement payouts. Why? No reasonable person can argue that PCEs do not cause bladder cancer. The science is clear and PCEs were ubitiquous at Camp Lejeune.