We attended the 124th VFW National Convention in Phoenix, Arizona and spoke with veterans about the ongoing Camp Lejeune litigation. We are proud to have been entrusted by the VFW to represent veterans who lived or served at Camp Lejeune and were exposed to toxic chemicals that can cause serious health conditions, including cancer.
Camp Lejeune is a United States Marine Corps Base Camp in Jacksonville, North Carolina, that is now known to be the site of an environmental and public health disaster. For over three decades, beginning in the 1950s, chemicals from leaking underground storage tanks, industrial area spills, improper waste disposal, and a nearby dry cleaner contaminated the drinking water at Camp Lejeune with toxic chemicals. Anyone who served, lived, or worked at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987 may have been exposed to dangerous chemicals linked to serious illnesses such as cancer.
Visit www.camplejeunegroundwater.com to learn more about our efforts to bring these veterans the justice they deserve.