Finally, Congress Passes Billions for Camp Lejeune Families

Camp Lejeune Disability Coverage Area

If you served or lived at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987, you’re going to want to check eligibility for these funds right now.

Families were exposed to dangerously toxic water at Camp Lejeune from 1953-1987 resulting in serious illness and injury for those who lived there.

It’s estimated 900,000+ people have been exposed and assumedly affected by the toxic water resulting in cancer, organ failure, reproductive issues, and more.

Until now the VA only covered a limited number of illnesses and even then it was only the cost of treatment. Congress’ new bill is expected to cover much more and will have NO EFFECT on VA disability benefits.

Note: Families of deceased service members or civilians who lived in Camp Lejeune may also claim on their behalf.

Unfortunately, Congress put a very short timer on this money - and if you miss this window, that’s it. Please act now!

Click Below To Check Fund Eligibility

Did you or a loved one serve, live, or work at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days between 1953 and 1987? *

Did you or a family member who lived with you experience any serious health illnesses or injuries like cancer, organ failure, reproductive issues, death or other? *