What Happened at Camp Lejeune?
Camp Lejeune is a U.S. Marine Corps Base in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Toxic chemicals were released into the water supply systems from 1953 to 1987. This means that nearly 1 million people may have been exposed to these harmful chemicals. As a result, anyone who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days during this period may now be entitled to compensation.
The Camp Lejeune Claims Center was founded by health advocate, Chris Carberg, whose father died from bladder cancer connected to Camp Lejeune water contamination. The center exists to help military veterans and their families get justice.
If you know someone who may have health issues related to the Camp Lejeune
Water Contamination, here is a link to get help.