Helping Veterans Harmed by Toxic Water at Camp Lejeune

The Camp Lejeune Claims Center was founded by health advocate Chris Carberg, whose father, USMC John Carberg, died from bladder cancer connected to Camp Lejeune Water Contamination. This issue is deeply personal to us.

We exist to help military veterans harmed by the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to get the financial compensation they deserve. We’re ready to help you — at no out-of-pocket cost to you or your family.

  • 4+Toxic Chemicals
  • 34 Yearsof Toxic Exposure
  • 1 MillionPeople Affected

Our purpose is to help you:

  • Learn about health issues stemming from Camp Lejeune
  • Pursue disability claims for VA benefits
  • Take legal action to get financial compensation

About the Camp Lejeune Claims Center

After decades of investigations, research studies, and tireless advocacy, new laws may allow Camp Lejeune water contamination victims to file lawsuits against the federal government.

Until now, most of the victims harmed by Camp Lejeune’s contaminated water were left with no legal options. This is because the federal government is usually protected from being sued by service members for injuries related to their military service. Instead, victims were referred to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to seek disability benefits, which were often insufficient. Many were even denied claims.

Thankfully, after decades of pushing back, the time may finally come for the victims of Camp Lejeune to get justice. The new Camp Lejeune laws could allow victims to pursue financial compensation through a Camp Lejeune lawsuit, no matter how far back they were exposed.

If you or a loved one lived or worked on the base for at least 30 days between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, you may be eligible to file a Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuit.

We Help You Get the Support You Deserve

Patients and families impacted by Camp Lejeune’s water contamination may be entitled to legal compensation and other benefits.

Our national team is standing by to help you understand your options and take action to get you the justice you deserve.

How We Can Help

From 1953 to 1987, the water at the Camp Lejeune United States Marine Corps (USMC) Base in North Carolina is believed to have been contaminated. People who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune for a minimum of 30 days are at the greatest risk for developing health conditions. About 1 million people were exposed, including infants and children, who would be about 35 to 70 years old today.

Because of recent changes to the law, victims and their loved ones may have legal options, even if they are already receiving benefits or were denied in the past.

Contact the Camp Lejeune Claims Center now for a free, confidential consultation.

Call (866) 473-4764 or contact us today to learn more about filing a claim for financial compensation and other information important to those injured by Camp Lejeune water contamination.