If you served at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River in North Carolina between 1953 and 1987, you may have had contact with contaminants in the drinking water there. Scientific and medical evidence has shown an association between exposure to these contaminants during military service and development of certain diseases later on. If you have qualifying service at Camp Lejeune and a current diagnosis of one of the conditions listed below, you may be able to get disability benefits.
In June 2022, the U.S. government passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2021, which was part of the Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act. The Honoring Our PACT Act focuses on addressing issues that affect veterans who were exposed to toxic materials during service.
Because of this new law, those who were exposed can now seek compensation by filing a Camp Lejeune lawsuit after having been denied justice for so many years.
What we’re doing about it
The National Marine Corps Business Network has decided to help get the word out. We feel that the US government has denied treatment and compensation to affected Marines for far too long. Now that congress has agreed, its time to make sure that every surviving Marine affected by this travesty understands their options and is taken care of. We have partnered with NSSX, a company dedicated to helping veterans though these types of battles. Whether working with the VA for an appropriate disability rating or suing companies like 3M for their bad actions, NSSX is in the fight to make sure that justice is served! With a network of carefully curated Attorneys and legal professionals, NSSX ensures that each Marine gets the attention they deserve.
Did you or someone you know serve aboard MCB Camp Lejeune between 1953 -1987?
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