Toxic water at Camp Lejeune
Camp Lejeune Justice Act and Honoring Our PACT Act
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022, signed into law this past August, is part of the larger Honoring Our PACT Act. This act allows Camp Lejeune contamination victims to sue the United States government for damages. Those already receiving VA benefits or other compensation caused by the contamination still can sue and not lose benefits. Currently, approximately one million people are potentially affected and more than 17,000 filed lawsuits against the government. By filing a lawsuit, veterans, individuals, and families can obtain the compensation they deserve for their pain, suffering, and loss.
How do I get started?
Those most affected by the Camp Lejuene Justice Act contamination are the veterans and their family members who lived on the base. Contractors and others providing services on the Marine base are also eligible. If you feel you, or know someone who would fall under those parameters and has medical records showing a diagnosis with multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, adult leukemia, or another severe condition, please contact our office, Amil Minora Law, for immediate legal advice.