Victims Exposed to Camp Lejeune’s Toxic Water

If you or a direct family member worked, served or lived at Camp Lejeune, you may be entitled to Significant Compensation




Note: Families of deceased service members or civilians who lived in Camp Lejeune may also claim on their behalf.

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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination

In 1982, the U.S. Marine Corps discovered dangerous chemicals known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the drinking water at Camp Lejeune. The contamination began in 1953 and continued to expose veterans, civilian employees, and family members to these VOCs until 1987.

Camp Lejeune—located in Jacksonville, North Carolina—is a military training facility that has also been a home and workplace to millions of military families and civilian employees.

Toxic water at Camp Lejeune is responsible for:

Veterans, civilians, and families who worked at or resided on Marine Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina and have been diagnosed with these serious injuries could be eligible for financial compensation.

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