Camp Lejeune Lawsuits: CSS and Living Safer Magazine

Posted On October 7th, 2022 By CSSFIRM.COM

Camp Lejeune Lawsuits: CSS and Living Safer Magazine

Childers, Schlueter & Smith and Injury Board, was an integral part in publishing the Living Safer Magazine (Vol. 14 Ed. 3, 2022), which includes information regarding water contamination lawsuits that were recently made possible with a change in legislation.

While the magazine includes other important issues, such as medical errors, potentially harmful medications, and food safety, Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuits grace the cover. It includes a detailed information about lawsuits filed and other important, informational content.

Living Safer Magazine 2022

Camp Lejeune Water Contamination cases are quite complicated. As in any lawsuit, each case will vary, based on a person’s specific injury. Information in Living Safer helps to clarify some of the questions people may ask such as:

  • Who Qualifies for a Claim Against the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination?
  • What Toxic Chemicals Were Found in the water at Camp Lejeune
  • What illnesses are associated with the camp Lejeune water contamination
  • What is Camp Lejeune?

Cover of Living Safer Magazine – Vol. 14 Ed. 3, 2022 – Click here to access the magazine.

“Camp Lejeune is a United States Marine Corps base located in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Camp Lejeune was created in 1941 to train for amphibious landings thanks to miles and miles of the Carolina coastline. Today, Camp Lejeune occupies 246 square miles of land, 14 miles of beaches and 450 miles of service roads and facilities to support 150,000 service members, families and civilians. North Carolina has one of the largest military footprints of any State”

There is much more information available within the Living Safer magazine, as well as on our website. Access the Camp Lejeune Edition of the Magazine here: Vol. 14 Ed. 3, 2022

Many service members and civilians who lived on the North Carolina Military Base from August 1953 through December 1987 are filing lawsuits after developing serious illness and cancers after consuming chemically contaminated water.

Over the last three decades, the military base’s water supply had been soiled after hazardous materials were discarded improperly, leaking into soil and ground water at the base. Over that time, families suffered miscarriages on the base. Most of those exposed to the toxic chemicals are still being diagnosed with deadly diseases, and different cancers, including Parkinson’s. Childers, Schlueter & Smith is currently working on helping those service members and civilians to build their cases.

What Does Legislation Have to do with it?

The PACT act made it possible for cases to be filed regarding water contamination, as well as other cases where military service people and civilians were exposed to harmful chemicals and substances on duty. More specifically, to honor the PACT Act the Camp Lejeune Justice Act became law August 10, 2022, exempting the rule that military members could not file lawsuits for injuries sustained while serving.

CSS Firm Pursuing Water Contamination Lawsuits

Our firm is currently review Camp Lejeune Water Contamination cases. If you or someone you love lived on Camp Lejeune as a service member or civilian from August 1953 to December 1987 for at least 30 days, contact us on our website or give us a call at 404-419-9500 for a free consultation.

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