We encourage those that served or lived at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987 to check their eligibility for compensation immediately.
From 1953-1987, soldiers and their families working and living at Camp Lejeune were exposed to toxic groundwater resulting in severe illness and injury. It’s estimated 900,000+ people or more were exposed and most likely affected by the toxic groundwater resulting in:
- Organ Failure
- Reproductive Issues
- And More!
Until now, the VA only covered a limited number of illnesses and even then it was only the cost of treatment. Congresses’ new bill is expected to cover much more and will have absolutely NO EFFECT on current or future VA disability benefits.
Important Note: Families of deceased service members or civilians who lived in Camp Lejeune may also claim funds on their behalf.
Time Sensitive: Congress has designated a short window of time for eligible soldiers and civilians to apply for compensation – if you miss the window, you will be excluded from these funds. Therefore, we encourage eligible persons to act IMMEDIATELY!
Here’s How You Do It
Step 1: Click below to check your eligibility
Step 2: Fill out a few pieces of information regarding your time at Camp Lejeune and any injury you might have suffered
Step 3: You will hear from a legal expert who will help you file a claim