A U.S. Marine says exposure to firefighting foam for 20 years in the military led to a prostate cancer diagnosis.
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A Camp Lejeune non-Hodgkin's lymphoma lawsuit blames the death of a woman on her exposure to contaminated water from the military base.
A Marine once stationed at Camp Lejeune has filed a lawsuit claiming contaminated water on the base led to the development of fatty liver disease.
At least 14,000 Camp Lejeune water contamination claims have been filed by marines, their families, and others who lived or worked on the base who say they suffered injuries due…
A group of senators have introduced legislation seeking to cap attorneys fees in Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuits. However, the bill may have the unintended consequence of severely limiting access…
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…
Former Camp LeJeune Marine Files Kidney Cancer Lawsuit Over PFAS Exposure From Drinking Water on Base
A former U.S. Marine says he developed kidney cancer due to PFAS exposure while stationed on the Camp Lejeune Marine base in North Carolina.
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