Camp Lejeune

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Over a million veterans, their families, and base employees have experienced major health effects as a result of water poisoning at the Camp Lejeune military post, a Marine Corps facility in North Carolina. Trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PCE), benzene, and other harmful chemicals found in the water system resulted in numerous lawsuits being filed against those held accountable. Since the 1950s, a variety of serious health diseases, including Parkinson’s disease and a form of as well as different types of cancer, have been caused by the poisoning.

The Camp Lejeune Water Contamination lawsuit

Even though the contamination was known, the right steps weren’t taken until the 1980s. People were consequently exposed to this tainted water for years. The EPA’s designation of the base and the related dry cleaner as Superfund sites in 1989 served as a final acknowledgement of the severity of the problem.


Under the Obama administration, initiatives to compensate the victims were started, and more than $2 billion in disability benefits were made available. The Department of Veterans Affairs provided a $350 million fund for medical care and services as part of this. Significant settlements have been made for specific victims, with some payouts above $1.1 million.

For victims seeking justice, legal obstacles have been a barrier. The 10-year statute of limitations in North Carolina initially prevented many people from bringing legal claims. The Camp Lejeune Justice Act, which was passed in 2021, reversed this trend by waiving the statute of limitations and enabling victims to file a claim regardless of when they learned of their exposure.

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