Months of anticipation have led to the emergence of settlements for Camp Lejeune victims. With initial offers starting at $100,000, many are relieved while others are disappointed. This development has the legal atmosphere heating up as spending has doubled since last month.
To qualify to receive these first settlements, the claimants must have a diagnosis or treatment date no less than two years after their first exposure and no more than thirty-five years after their last exposure.
CPL: $1,300 – $2,400
CPA: $2,600 – $4,800
Common Criteria: Injured party resided, worked, or was otherwise exposed to the water supply at Camp Lejeune (including in utero exposure) for 30 days or more (consecutive or nonconsecutive); AND exposure occurred between 1953 and 1987; AND injured party was diagnosed with one or more of the following injuries after exposure: Cancer (Bladder cancer, Breast cancer, Esophageal cancer, Kidney cancer, Leukemia, Liver cancer, Lung cancer, Multiple myeloma, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma), Female infertility, Hepatic steatosis, Miscarriage, Myelodysplastic syndromes, Neurobehavioral effects, Parkinson’s disease, Renal toxicity, Scleroderma.
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