Camp Lejeune Military Water Contamination

Between 1953-1987 people living or working at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina were exposed to contaminated water that has caused death, illness, and life-altering health conditions. What's worse, senior military leaders knew of the risks and concealed knowledge of the problem. Now it's time for justice: for the brave men and women who served our country.

HELP FOR THE VICTIMS

This is one of the largest water contamination disasters in U.S. history. You could be among the many who have been dangerously affected by exposure to this polluted water. If you or your loved ones lived at US Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC between 1953-1987 and have experienced health problems or ailments we would like to hear your story. It's possible that your case qualifies as part of a class-action lawsuit. 

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ABOUT THE CONTAMINATION

This is an epic tragedy, and travesty. The Camp Lejeune Water Contamination problem occurred between the years 1953-1987 and affected a number of people - men, women, and children - who either ingested or were exposed to contaminated water and later developed serious medical conditions or ailments including, cancer, child leukemia, and other rare illnesses.

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The Bell Legal Group

We have one purpose: to serve as the voice for victims. We're not just another law firm - we're about people helping people. We believe that the injured, the sick, and the victimized should recover the full value of their loss. The Bell Legal Group was established in 1983 to provide effective, compassionate representation to injured clients.

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Latest Case News & Events

New Legislation Opens Door For Camp Lejeune Victims

** NEW LEGISLATION OPENS DOOR FOR CAMP LEJEUNE VICTIMS **

In a welcome show of bipartisanship, the state House has worked to correct a state law that could have killed a lawsuit by former Marines and family members sickened by contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. Credit state Rep. Rick Catlin, R-New Hanover, for initiating the action to protect those Marine families.

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Aug
05
2014

Pollution-plagued military installations spread across 19 million acres

According to a recent article in Newsweek, 4,127 pollution-plagued military installations spread across 19 million acres in this country makes the U.S. Department of Defense one of the world’s worst p...
Aug
15
2014

Civilian employees at Camp Lejeune also victims of water contamination

This is an American tragedy that affected not only countless U.S. Marine men and women but also civilians who worked on site. As reported in Environmental Health, a new mortality test reveals that civ...
Jul
09
2014

Janey Ensminger: A Daughter's Tragedy. A Fathers Crusade

It the spring of 1983 Camp Lejeune Master Sergeant Jerry Ensminger's six-year old daughter, Janey, was diagnosed with Strep throat. In the fall of 1985, she died. The cause: a disease called petechi...
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