For those who served their country with unwavering pride and honor, the news of water contamination at Camp Lejeune is nothing short of heartbreaking. What they are not telling you is that Deadline is approaching fast for compensation due to the claim holding period and the statute of limitations for this claim.

Here’s what they are not telling you…

On September 6, 2023, the Government announced its Elective Options program in an effort to cheaply resolve only a few of the worst Camp Lejeune related diseases.

This program is grossly unfair for many reasons. It is simply the first step by the Government to propose minimal settlement offers for a small category of Camp Lejeune claims.

We are confident the Government would lose badly at trial and could owe victims much more than their grossly low offer.

Time is running out to file for compensation and this is exactly what the Government’s attorneys are counting on in order to minimize payouts to victims for the Department of Defense (DOD).

Financially it would be in the Government’s best interest to pay victims quickly and as cheaply as possible, rather than to face them in court.

It is always your right to accept an offer or reject an offer and proceed in court to get the right amount of money you believe you are entitled to.

Legislation took away the Government's immunity to help those harmed by Camp Lejeune water contamination.

Without immunity, the Government may now face judgment in court resulting in having to pay victims substantially larger amounts of money.

What’s worse is they do not mention the additional 12 diagnoses which many believe are connected to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.

Fortunately for you, we believe evidence points to 24 diagnoses not just the 9 proposed for a valid claim...

If you qualify you may be owed a large sum of money for pain, suffering, financial burden and or the death of your loved one.

It’s important to file your claim as soon as possible, even if you think you don’t have a case.

Time is running out, the deadline is approaching fast.

Filing a Camp Lejeune claim will NOT affect your VA benefits.

The biggest concern for many is the lengthy claims process presents many pitfalls. The Government’s administration process also requires claims to be held for 6 months before they can be officially filed.

It is important to file now before time is up. When has it ever been easy to get money from the Government, especially with amounts this large.

They Also state that:

“Due to the overwhelming number of claims filed so far, not every claim can be reviewed in the six (6) month timeframe provided in the CLJA.” [1]

Meaning your claim may never be seen and you may never see a settlement offer through this Government administrative process.

This now forces many victims to file a claim before the fast-approaching deadline in order to protect their statute. It’s crucial to make sure your claim is accurate and submitted correctly.

If errors lead to a rejection after the statute of limitations has passed, you won't have another opportunity to file and you will not receive compensation.

The Navy and the DOJ have introduced the Elective Option program for those exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune.

Compensation ranges from $100,000 - $450,000 and only allows for one of the Elective Options program diagnoses. With an Additional $100,000 available for wrongful death, bringing the maximum possible compensation with Elective Options to $550,000.

Why is this program unfair?

First, the amounts proposed are grossly low and unfair. They do not consider how badly the diseases affected the person, their cost of treatment, their length and degree of suffering, or their age at time of diagnosis.

For example, a person diagnosed with kidney cancer who has yet to have treatment would receive the same amount of money as the person who had their kidney removed, chemotherapy, and had their cancer spread throughout their body.

The program also allows an award for only one disease, even if you suffered with several diseases. For example, an individual with kidney cancer and limited treatment would be offered the same amount as an individual with complex kidney cancer, bladder cancer and Parkinson’s disease.

Though it may be a step in the right direction, if you are eligible for Elective Option, there is still no guarantee you will ever receive an offer.

Furthermore you may be entitled to MORE compensation than what is being offered in the program.

Filing a claim in court will protect your statute and allow you to fight for the max compensation allowable. Additionally, it provides you the right to be considered for other diagnoses not outlined in the Elective Option Program.

If you or a loved one lived aboard Camp Lejeune and suffered due to the water contamination in any way you may be entitled to a large cash compensation. Victims are urged to get a free case review.

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Who Qualifies for Compensation?

You may qualify for the Elective Option program If you:

  • Lived aboard or worked at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days
  • Between the years of 1953 - 1987
  • File your claim prior to the deadline
  • And have a diagnosis listed under Elective Option diagnoses below,

At this time, the government has not provided a definitive list of diagnoses that qualify for the program.

Expedited Elective Options Diagnoses:

  • Kidney Cancer
  • Liver Cancer
  • Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
  • Leukemias
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Multiple Myeloma
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Kidney Disease/End Stage Renal Disease
  • Systemic Sclerosis/Systemic Scleroderma

If your diagnosis falls under the Non-Elective Option diagnoses category, you must legally file with the court to be considered for compensation. Adhere to the same deadlines and avoid delays.

Non-Elective Options Diagnoses:

  • Esophageal Cancer
  • Rectum Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
  • Breast Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • ALS
  • Oral Cavity Cancer
  • Soft Tissue Cancer
  • Lung Cancer

Time is running out.

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