Austin Victims of Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Exposure
For over thirty years, the U.S. government offered no official support for military veterans and their families whose lives were impacted by the contaminated water at the military base Camp Lejeune. However, as of June 2022, Camp Lejeune contaminated water victims in Austin have a path forward towards receiving financial compensation. If you and your family were stationed at Camp Lejeune between August 1953 and December 1987 then the attorneys at Carabin Shaw are ready to help you file for the financial support you are owed.
The long-term effects of the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune are now known, and the repercussions they can have on a family are countless. Over the years you may have spent unimaginable amounts of money on healthcare for conditions that were caused by contaminated water. Disability, cancer, birth defects and countless other conditions have been traced back to the exposure at Camp Lejeune. Austin attorneys at Carabin Shaw are dedicated to providing veterans and their families with any and all guidance necessary, to guarantee that you win your maximum possible settlement for the damages you and your family have suffered.
The process of seeking compensation for toxic water exposure at Camp Lejeune can be complicated and confusing. That’s why we offer free case review and initial consultation. You and your loved ones deserve to know what options are available to you, and our expert lawyers can provide that information. Additionally, each of our experts employs a contingent-fee agreement, so you pay nothing for expert counsel until we win your case.Austin Victims of Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Exposure
While scheduling your free case review is a quick way to find out what options are available to you, we have answered a number of common questions regarding Camp Lejeune act cases below.Who Qualifies?
You may qualify for financial compensation if you are a veteran and you and your family were stationed at Camp Lejeune for no less than 30 days between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987. Additionally, you may qualify if you or a family member on base developed a condition that was caused by the water exposure, associated with the water exposure, or exacerbated by the water exposure.
If you are unsure whether or not you and your family qualify under these conditions, expert Austin injury lawyers can help you.What Injuries Are Covered?
Various health conditions have been connected back to Camp Lejeune’s water contamination. Some of those conditions include
- Multiple myeloma
- Neurobehavioral conditions
- Non-hodgkin’s lymphoma
And various forms of cancer. These conditions may apply to the veteran, family of the veteran who were also stationed on the base, or children of women who were pregnant at the time, as the contaminated water can be the cause of birth defects.How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Help?
Working with an expert personal injury attorney is the most reliable way to win the full settlement that you and your loved ones are owed. Working alongside an expert who has the resources, experience, and knowledge is vital in order to avoid receiving an insufficient offer or outright denial.
At Carabin Shaw, we have worked for victims of personal injuries for over thirty years. Our team has the resources and know-how that is necessary to provide you with the best possible service. Visit Carabin Shaw’s client reviews to see how we have served clients in the past.Carabin Shaw, Austin | Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Injury Attorneys
You and your loved ones deserve to work alongside legal experts who will put your best interests first. If you have been waiting decades for the chance to fight for the compensation you deserve, then our attorneys will fight alongside you.
To schedule your free case review, call our English and Spanish-speaking experts. We are available toll-free and 24/7 at 800-862-1260.