An attorney in South Carolina has filed a Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Exposion Lawsuit on behalf of former and current military personnel who were exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune. The water was contaminated with toxic chemicals like PCE, TCE, and benzene. Although the military agreed to shut down the contaminated wells, it failed to disclose the exact causes of the contamination and the possible health risks to the public.
To qualify for compensation, you must have spent at least 30 days living and working at Camp Lejeune. This means you cannot have spent more than 30 days on the base without experiencing toxic water exposure symptoms. You also need to have documented proof that your exposure to toxic water resulted in an increased risk of cancer or severe illness.
In order to file a lawsuit, you must have suffered a specific physical condition or illness as a result of Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Exposure Lawsuit. Moreover, you must have a medical history of this illness. Your treating physician will fill out VA Form 10-10068b to verify your eligibility for compensation.
If you suffered from health complications as a result of the Camp Lejeune water contamination, you should file a Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Exposion Lawsuit to receive compensation for your pain and suffering. It is important to remember that the deadline for filing a lawsuit is six months from the date of contamination.