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Our lawyers are handling Camp Lejeune esophageal cancer lawsuits in all 50 states.  This page is about how contaminated water causes esophageal cancer for Marines and their families at Lejeune and what settlement amounts these injury and wrongful death lawsuits might bring.

For over 3 decades, ending in the late 1980s, the Camp Lejeune military base in North Carolina supplied residents and employees with drinking water that was heavily contaminated with carcinogenic chemicals.  It has been shown that exposure to these chemicals in the water caused Camp Lejeune residents and employees to develop various types of cancer.

Esophageal cancer is one of the cancer types that have been conclusively linked to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. Victims of this contamination disaster will soon be able to bring civil lawsuits and get compensation under a new federal law pending in Congress. Our firm is currently accepting cases from individuals who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune and were diagnosed with esophageal cancer.

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.

If you have a potential scleroderma 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 to discuss your options of filing a Camp Lejeune lawsuit.

Our firm is handling Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuits around the country.

One of the most common questions we get from clients is how long it will take for their Camp Lejeune case to settle.  You have heard of mass tort class action lawsuits that take years to settle.  Our attorneys think this litigation will be very different from that stereotype.

In this post, our lawyers explain how long this litigation will likely last and what the range of time will be for your Camp Lejeune lawsuit to reach a settlement.

Our lawyers are handling Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuits in all 50 states. This page is about Marines and their families who developed cancer as a result of exposure to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.  Our attorneys discuss the likely jury awards and settlement amounts in these lawsuits.

Our Camp Lejeune lawyers can help you maximize the settlement amount you received for your claim.  Our contingency fee is 33%, not 40%.  You can contact us online to discuss your case or get a free consultation at 800-553-8082.

The Water at Camp Lejuene Caused Cancer

Our lawyers and handling Camp Lejeune wrongful death lawsuits in all 50 states.  We are representing victims who have lost a loved one as a result of the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.  The page is about the claims survivors can bring the potential settlement amount surviving family members may receive.

From 1953 to the late 1980s, the water supply at the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps in North Carolina was dangerously contaminated with deadly chemicals. A stunning one million people were exposed to these chemicals and studies have shown that they caused many residents to develop cancer and die prematurely.

Many of the victims of the Camp Lejeune water contamination died years ago and their families were never able to legal compensation for their deaths because they were legally barred from bringing civil lawsuits.  Now, however, a new federal law called the PACT Act is about to give the surviving family members of Lejeune victims the right to bring wrongful death lawsuits against the federal government. This law will allow surviving family members to sue the government even if the victim of the Camp Lejeune water died decades ago.

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 September 20, 20222, our lawyers:

  1. provide an overview of the Camp Lejeune water contamination

Our attorneys are currently seeking Camp Lejeune cancer lawsuits from victims in all 50 states.  Anyone who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune prior to 1988 and was subsequently diagnosed with colon cancer may have a potential Camp Lejuene colon cancer lawsuit.

On this page, our lawyers:

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

Our attorneys are handling Camp Lejeune lawsuits in all 50 states. This page focuses on brain cancer at Camp Lejeune. Our lawyers talk about the connection between brain cancer and contaminated water – a connection that was not originally made – and the potential settlement amounts victims and their families may see in these civil lawsuits.

The law Congress passed to allow victims to file a Camp Lejuene lawsuit was to right a wrong. For over three decades, the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base in North Carolina exposed employees and residents to toxic chemicals in the drinking water. After decades of waiting, a new federal law has given victims of the water contamination at Lejeune the right to bring tort lawsuits and get the compensation they deserve.

The industrial chemicals in the water at Camp Lejeune are known to be human carcinogens and individuals who were exposed to the water for long time periods have displayed higher rates of cancer.

Our lawyers are currently accepting Camp Lejeune toxic water lawsuits involving female infertility or miscarriage claims from women who lived on the Camp Lejeune base.

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.

Getting a Camp Lejeune Miscarriage or Infertility Lawyer

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 caused 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 are now able to bring civil lawsuits for this water contamination and get compensation under a new law that passed Congress in August 2022.  Our firm is currently accepting cases from individuals who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune and were diagnosed with aplastic anemia or similar conditions.


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