Yes, there is still time.
The deadline for filing a Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Injury Claim is August 10, 2024.
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was passed on August 10, 2022 and the two year Statute of Limitations is two years.
Consequently, injured victims of the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination or the heirs of deceased victims have until August 10, 2024 to file their legal claims in Court.
What Should Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Victims Who Live in Pennsylvania Do?
If you live in Pennsylvania do you have a right to present a claim on your own behalf or for a relative who has died as a result of the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination? The answer: Yes, if you meet the lawsuit criteria.
Our Pennsylvania Law Firm is helping Camp Lejeune victims and their families who live in Pennsylvania but want to know about their Camp Lejeune Water Contamination rights and want an experienced North Carolina Trial Lawyer to represent them. We are working jointly with North Carolina counsel to ensure that our Camp Lejeune clients have both a local lawyer to hold their hand and walk them through the process from here in PA and North Carolina Trial Lawyers to litigate the claims in the North Carolina Courts.
What are the Criteria to have a Valid Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claim?
The following are the Criteria for a viable Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Case:
- Lived on the Camp Lejeune Base in North Carolina for at least 30 days between 1953 and 1987
- Subsequently suffered from a serious medical condition including Cancer, Fetal Death/Miscarriage, Birth Defects, Parkinson’s or other serious illness; and
- Link between the contamination and medical condition.
If you or a family member meets the above Criteria, then you should consider investigating your legal rights to compensation from the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. The United States Congress passed this Act and set aside funds to help Camp Lejeune victims and their families.
How Much Will We Charge to Investigate and Pursue Your Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claim?
There are no up front fees or costs charged to investigate or pursue your claims.
Both our Law Firm and the lawyers we work with in North Carolina handle Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims on a Contingent Fee basis. The Fee is contingent on recovery, so if you don’t recover, no fees are owed. Our fees are a percentage of the recovery and are paid out of the recovery, not out of your pocket.
Contact Tim Rayne at 610-840-0124 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss whether you meet the criteria for filing a claim under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act.