Camp Lejeune Lawyers in College Park, GA
If you were living at the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base and negatively impacted by the toxic water crisis, the Camp Lejeune attorneys at Lamar Law Office want to hear your story and fight for you to receive fair compensation. We offer Legalcare™ to the residents of Georgia, and we are able to assist College Park residents with a class action lawsuit. Call for a free consultation to talk about your case and possible damages.
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 permits those exposed to this toxic water for 30 days or more to sue for damages due to long-term harm related to this toxic exposure.
Let Lamar Law Office Fight for You
If you or a family member were impacted by the contaminated Camp Lejeune water supply, call Lamar Law Office to go over your case and the possible recovery of damages. The Camp Lejeune Justice Act can be challenging to navigate, so hiring an experienced attorney who can advocate for your rights and represent your best interests is important. We want to support you to ensure you receive the best possible results.
What to Expect
After your initial consultation, you will be assigned a dedicated case manager to be your primary contact throughout the legal process. Our staff will manage the details related to the investigation of your case while remaining in constant communication with you, keeping you informed of everything we do. We’ll work hard on your behalf for a fair settlement to keep your claim out of court. However, we’re always prepared to represent you in court if required.
Our Staff Is There to Support You
Our Camp LeJeune lawyers will do what is necessary to fight for you to receive fair and reasonable compensation. Damages can be varied and extensive, including those for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages due to the inability to work.
Call Today for a Free Consultation
If your life has been negatively impacted by the Camp LeJeune water contamination crisis, contact Lamar Office in College Park for a free consultation to discuss your unique case. Don’t hesitate to pursue a fair settlement and fight to receive the compensation you deserve.
Eligibility for Compensation
Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022
You must have lived or worked at Camp Lejeune. This includes veterans, military contractors, their family members, and anyone who lived at the base for at least 30 days during the contamination period between August 1, 1953 through December 31, 1987.
Illnesses and Disease
You or a family member was diagnosed with cancer or any of the other various conditions months or years after living or working on base. You must prove that you suffered an illness directly caused by exposure to the contaminated water.
Birth Defects and Infertility
You or your child was diagnosed with birth defects or other major fetal malformations, or your child died shortly after birth. -OR – You are a woman who miscarried a pregnancy during or immediately after your time on base, or suffered infertility.
College Park Camp Lejeune Lawyers that Care
When pursuing compensation for a medical condition caused by the contamination, you need an aggressive Camp Lejeune attorney experienced in handling similar claims. The Camp Lejeune water contamination lawyers at Lamar Law Office can help ensure you get fully compensated. We will be available for free consultations and communicate any progress we make while pursuing your compensation. We will also seek your opinion at each stage. Our team will ensure you get fully compensated for your losses and damages. We know too well that insurance companies and the VA will try to pay you less than what you deserve, but we’re here to ensure that doesn’t happen. We build robust compensation claims to help secure the highest possible compensation. From the onset, our team will gather all the evidence needed to secure what’s owed to you. We operate on a contingency basis, so you won’t have to pay us a penny until we secure compensation for you.
*Disclaimer: “We only get paid for our legal services when our client receives their compensation” refers only to fees charged by the attorney. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client. Contingent fees are not permitted in all types of cases.
Frequently Asked Questions
Some veterans and their families qualify for both Camp Lejeune compensation and VA benefits, so it’s best to inform us whether you’ve received VA benefits so that we know how to build your compensation claim.
You can file a Camp Lejeune water contamination class action lawsuit if you have adult leukemia, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, esophageal cancer, liver cancer, and multiple myeloma.
Service members and their family members who lived and worked at Camp Lejeune during the contamination period for at least 30 days and suffered a related illness are eligible for compensation.
You can still pursue compensation if you suffered an illness caused by the exposure years later. You only need to prove that the exposure caused the medical condition.
Yes, ou must file a complaint with the Department of Veterans Affairs before you file your compensation claim.