If you were stationed at Camp Lejeune for more than 30 days at anytime between 1953 and 1987 you may have been ingesting contaminated drinking water that has led to the following cancers and conditions:
Jason T. Brown, the head of our firm was stationed on the Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia for over four months while serving with the FBI. He and our firm will do everything in our power to fight for your rights to obtain justice for exposure to the bad drinking water.
It’s horrific that the government was aware of the contaminated drinking water and still let our soldiers and sailors, marines and family be exposed to the toxic water. Those that gave so much and were willing to die for our country and our values, may have sacrificed more than they knew when people in power did the wrong thing and turned a blind eye to the health of our veterans. – Jason T. Brown, head of the firm and former FBI Special Agent.
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No, filing a claim under Honoring our PACT Act of 2022 will not affect your continued VA benefits, but any award shall be offset by the amount of any disability award, payment, or benefit provided to you.
Not at first. There’s a special claim form that must be filled out promptly and accurately to preserve your rights. Six months after the claim form is submitted you may have to file your claim in Court in North Carolina. Brown, LLC can assist you in every facet.
The Camp Lejeune lawyers at Brown, LLC will help gather your records for you at our expense. The Act provides for you to just show your injury and establish that you were there, which we will assist in doing as well.
The lawyers of Brown, LLC are only paid if they win your case. If we don’t prevail you don’t owe us a thing.
Speak with a seasoned law firm like Brown, LLC, which has been representing clients all over the country for more than 25 years under the leadership of a former FBI Special Agent.
If you or a loved one were stationed at Camp Lejeune for more than 30 days from August 1, 1953 to December 31, 1987 now is your opportunity to make a claim for compensation.
Filing a claim under Honoring our PACT Act of 2022 will not affect your continued or future entitlement to VA benefits, however any award shall be offset by the amount of any disability payment, or benefit awarded.