Who We Represent for Camp Lejeune Water Contamination
Veterans and Military Service Members
Veterans and military service members have made countless sacrifices for our Country. They are deployed to dangerous locations around the world, far from home. Unfortunately, for decades these service members did not know that a place they called home - Camp Lejeune, North Carolina - was equally as dangerous. At Camp Lejeune, hundreds of thousands of military service members were exposed to highly toxic water for decades. Service members stationed at Camp Lejeune have been diagnosed with horrific illnesses, linked to the toxic water, including Cancers, Parkinson’s Disease, Systemic Sclerosis, Scleroderma, Renal Disease, Lymphoma, Myeloma, and Infertility Issues. These military service members deserve compensation for their injuries caused by the toxic water at Camp Lejeune; and, our law firm is committed to that mission.
Accordingly, if you are a Veteran or a military service member; who resided at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987, for more than 30 days; and, you believe you have suffered a disease, illness, or cancer, caused by the contaminated water, you may qualify for compensation. Please contact us today, for your free consultation.
Spouses and Wives of Military Service Members
Our law firm recognizes the strength and contributions of military spouses. Being the spouse of a military service member does not come lightly. It means being the backbone of your family while your significant other is deployed overseas. Between 1953 and 1987, countless spouses resided at Camp Lejeune. And while their significant others risked their lives for our Country, these loyal and patriotic spouses had their lives jeopardized at home; as unbeknownst to them, toxins contaminated their water at Camp Lejeune. As a result, spouses of military service members have endured countless diseases and illnesses over the last seventy (70) years, including Cancer, Miscarriages, Fetal Death, Parkinson’s disease, Systemic Sclerosis, Scleroderma, Renal Disease, Lymphoma, Myeloma, and other illnesses. It is time for these victims to have their voices heard. That is why our office is dedicated to representing military spouses who have suffered cancers, fetal death, miscarriages, and other illnesses stemming from Camp Lejeune’s toxic water.
If you are, or were, a wife or spouse of a military service member; and resided at Camp Lejeune, between 1953 and 1987, for more than 30 days; and, have suffered from an illness, cancer, or disease, you may be entitled to compensation. Please contact us today, for your free consultation.
Children of Military Service Members
In addition to veterans and their spouses, our law firm is also actively representing the sons and daughters of military service members, who were injured at Camp Lejeune. Children of military service members experience a different childhood than most. They witness first-hand the sacrifices their parents make for our Country. While these children selflessly supported their parents’ military service, these same children had their health sacrificed at Camp Lejeune, as they unknowingly drank and bathed in toxic water. It is well documented and established, in both the scientific and medical literature, that babies in-utero; infants; and, children of all ages are some of the most susceptible individuals to toxins in the water. As a result, the children that were conceived; born; and/or raised at Camp Lejeune, have suffered some of the greatest injuries of all; including fetal death, birth defects, infertility, cancers, tumors, neurological issues, Parkinson’s Disease, and countless other diseases and illnesses that affect them to this day. Our law firm is dedicated to making sure that the children of service members are not forgotten and receive just compensation for their injuries.
Accordingly, if you are a child of a military service member; were born at and/or resided at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987 for more than 30 days; and have suffered from an illness, cancer, or disease, you may be entitled to compensation. Please contact us today, for your free consultation.