Were you Exposed to Toxic Water at Camp LeJeune?

If you were at the base from 1953 to 1987 - for 30 days or more - and developed a major illness you may qualify for compensation.

You don't have to suffer alone.

If you or one of your family members lived, worked, or were stationed at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987 and developed cancer or a serious illness, you may be eligible to receive compensation.

At no cost to you, our team is standing by to evaluate whether you are eligible to file a claim. Simply fill out the form - it only takes a few minutes.

How did men, women, and children get poisoned by the water at Camp Lejeune?

Camp Lejeune is a Marine Corps Base Camp located in Jackson, North Carolina that has been in operation since 1941.

For 30 years, 1 million veterans, civilians, and their families, including hundreds of babies, drank, bathed in, and used contaminated water at Camp Lejeune, so much so that a nearby cemetery has been named "Baby Heaven" because hundreds of babies poisoned by Camp Lejeune's water supply are buried there.

The government covered up the truth about the water contamination at Camp Lejeune was for years.

Documents show that the U.S. Marine Corps knew as early as October 1980 that some of the water wells at Camp Lejeune were contaminated - the U.S. Army Environmental Hygiene Agency lab tested the water and in its first report stated:

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VOCs in the Water Supply

This testing of Camp Lejeune's multiple drinking water systems revealed that the water from some of the wells contained trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethylene (PCE), which are chemicals that are considered "volatile organic compounds (VOCs)."


VOCs are commonly used as solvents for cleaning machinery and weapons and for dry cleaning, and some are also found in fuels. In 2017, the Marine Corps admitted that:

While the deadly health risks of these VOCs were not identified until years later, the U.S. Marine Corps has not taken responsibility for their wrongs.

Victims have suffered and still suffer from the ill effects of the exposure, and many have died.

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The Marine Corps Must Be Held Accountable - It Is Time For Them To Live Up To Their Motto: "Semper Fidelis" (Always Faithful).

If you lived, worked, or spent time at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987 and have been diagnosed with any of these medical conditions, you may be entitled to compensation:

Camp Lejeune Justice Act

In March, 2021 Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) introduced the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, to help victims of water contamination obtain the justice they deserve.


The House passed the bill, which is currently awaiting a vote of the Senate. Supporters of the bill agree that victims deserve justice and the government must take responsibility for its wrongs.


Now, more than ever, it is time for the uniformed leaders of our Corps to begin living up to their motto: Semper Fidelis (Always Faithful).