Laredo Victims of Toxic Water Exposure at Camp Lejeune
For nearly thirty years, individuals living and working in the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp in Lejeune, North Carolina, were at risk of exposure to drinking water contaminated with various industrial chemicals. Exposure to these chemicals has been found to be the root cause of various debilitating conditions for individuals exposed to it. If you are a Laredo citizen who has suffered from conditions resulting from the exposure to Camp Lejeune contaminated water, or have lost someone close to you due to complications resulting from it, attorneys at Carabin Shaw will help you to fight for the justice and compensation that you deserve.
Medical and scientific evidence have linked the contaminants in Camp Lejeune water to various diseases, including several forms of cancer. If you served at MCAS New River or the Camp Lejeune base camp for a minimum of thirty consecutive days between August 1953 and December 1987, and you did not receive a dishonorable discharge, you may be eligible for benefits and compensation for your damages.
Texas attorneys at Carabin Shaw are equipped with the expertise and resources necessary to ensure that you have the strongest possible case when filing your claim. Our attorneys will communicate with insurance companies, help you to navigate the legal requirements and necessities to qualify for compensation, and guide you through the process of filing your claim.Laredo Victims of Toxic Water Exposure at Camp Lejeune
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was made with the goal of compensating for the toxic water exposure that countless marines, and their families living on-base, were exposed to between August 1953 and December 1987. Because the toxins have caused serious health impairments, you may be entitled to compensation for the pain, suffering, and incredible medical costs associated with those impairments.
Our lawyers will help you understand what you may be able to seek compensation for. Some qualifying conditions include:
- Adult leukemia
- Parkinson’s disease
- Aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndromes
- Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
- Bladder, kidney, and liver cancer
- Multiple myeloma
Among other conditions. However veterans, reservists, and guardsmen are not the only individuals eligible for compensation.
Family members of those individuals who lived on, or near, the base camp may be able to seek compensation for:
- Bladder, breast, kidney, lung, and esophageal cancer
- Hepatic steatosis
- Female infertility
- Neurobehavioral effects
At Carabin Shaw, our mission for thirty years has been to fight for the justice that victims of personal injury accidents are owed, and we bring that same belief to any and all cases regarding Camp Lejeune water contamination. If you and your family have endured years of suffering caused by exposure to contaminated water, or have lost loved ones because of it, you deserve compensation.
At Carabin Shaw, we offer free case review / initial consultation to our clients. Navigating a Camp Lejeune legal claim alone can be daunting, but our lawyers will help clarify all the options that are available to you. In order to read first-hand reviews of the quality support that we provide, visit Carabin Shaw’s client reviews.Camp Lejeune Water Exposure Attorneys | Carabin Shaw in Laredo
For the first time in decades, victims who have been exposed to Camp Lejeune’s contaminated water have legal recourse for the damages incurred. After so much time, you deserve to work with a law firm that has decades of success and experience. At Carabin Shaw, our attorneys will investigate all circumstances of your damages to ensure that you receive the maximum possible compensation for your claim.
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