Camp Lejeune Justice Act
Monday September 12, 2022

NOTICE: If you served, resided, or worked at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, or at the Marine Corps Air Station New River located in Jacksonville, North Carolina from August 1953 through December 1987, and were exposed to the water, you and your family may have a claim to recover disability benefits. Members of the military, military staff, non-military staff, civilian contractors, and families of deceased victims all may be eligible to file claims.

If you believe that you or a family member were exposed to the toxic water, and you want to submit a claim, you must submit proof that:

  • You lived or worked at Camp Lejeune or MCAS New River for at least 30 cumulative days from August 1953 through December 1987 (Utility bills, housing records, military orders, tax forms, etc.);

  • You were a veteran, reservist, Guardsman or a civil contractor who was exposed to the contaminated water;

  • You did not receive a dishonorable discharge when you separated from the military; and

  • You were diagnosed with one of the following medical conditions:


    Bladder cancer
    Esophageal cancer
    Hepatic steatosis
    Myelodysplastic syndromes
    Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
    Scleroderma Renal toxicity
    Neurobehavioral effects
    Breast cancer
    Female infertility
    Kidney cancer
    Lung cancer
    Multiple myeloma
    Neurobehavioral effects
    Renal toxicity
    Parkinson’s disease
    Birth defects and birth injury


The facts of each individual claimant will vary. Some claimants will suffer damages and losses much greater than other claimants. A full case evaluation will be undertaken once all evidence is obtained to determine whether you are better off opting out of the class. Please contact Dennis Rose at +1-252-480-1414 or email him at dennis@outerbankslaw.com to schedule a free case evaluation.