Member Webinar: Camp Lejeune Litigation: A New Path Emerging
From 1953 to 1987, individuals who worked, served, or lived at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina were exposed to toxic chemicals known to cause cancer, Parkinson’s disease, liver and kidney disease, birth defects, miscarriage, and other conditions. Past attempts by the federal government only provided partial solutions, and efforts to obtain full compensation through litigation have been blocked by the courts. New federal legislation has received widespread bipartisan approval to provide a new cause of action to Camp Lejeune victims. This webinar will explore what happened at Camp Lejeune, the current state of the new legislation, and provide tips for those who are interested in representing Camp Lejeune victims.