The U.S. government claims plaintiffs must resubmit denied Camp Lejeune injury claims in order to be reassessed under the laws of the new law.
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The CDC has announce an investigation into water and soil contamination at Fort Ord Army base in California, to see if exposure to toxic chemicals disposed of on the facility…
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Camp Lejeune Wrongful Death Lawsuit, After New PACT Act Makes Case Moot
The Supreme Court has refused to review a decision dismissing a Camp Lejeune wrongful death lawsuit after U.S. officials pointed out the case could be filed under the PACT Act…
Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune, Other Military Bases Disproportionately Affected Communities of Color: Report
A new report warns that communities of color are disproportionately affected by toxic pollution from U.S. military bases.
Plaintiffs Argue Lawsuits over Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Do Not Require New Notice for Previously Denied Claims
Plaintiffs in Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuits say a recently passed act allowing the filing of lawsuits against the government should not require them to go through the entire filing…
Camp Lejeune PFAS Contamination Caused Kidney Cancer Diagnosis, According to Lawsuit Against 3M and Fire Foam Manufacturers
A Camp Lejeune PFAS contamination lawsuit filed by the son of a former Marine indicates exposure to firefighting foam chemicals for the first two years of his life led to…
Plaintiffs Who Filed Early Camp Lejeune Lawsuits Ordered To Establish They Complied With Requirements of PACT Act
Several federal judges have filed orders over the last month calling on plaintiffs who have filed Camp Lejeune lawsuits to follow the proper filing procedures in order to prevent their…
The U.S. navy faces a growing number of lawsuits over water contamination linked to jet fuel spills at its Red Hill storage facility in Hawaii.
A new report reveals the VA mishandled thousands of Camp Lejeune disability claims over the years.
A former U.S. marine says health problems caused by Camp Lejeune water contamination ruined his life, causing health problems and an inability to hold down jobs.
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