Camp LeJeune Justice Act—BPS Lawyers Now Assisting with Claims
On August 10, 2022 the Camp LeJeune Justice Act was signed into law, stripping the government of immunity from claims arising out of the tainted water supply at the base. Water at the base was found to have volatile organic compounds including carcinogens up to 280 times the acceptable safety levels. Servicemen from 1952 through 1987 who lived on the base for at least 30 days and have suffered from a variety of ailments including certain cancers and neurological conditions may be eligible for benefit payments.
Brown, Paindiris & Scott, LLP is now assisting U.S. Marine Veterans in obtaining benefits under the Camp LeJeune Justice Act. We are presently working with co-counsel in North Carolina to make sure all rights are preserved for our clients. If you or your family has been impacted please contact Attorney Bruce Newman directly at 860.996.8523 for a free consultation to review your remedies.