From August 1, 1953, to December 31, 1987, the water at Camp Lejeune – the United States Marine Corps base located near Jacksonville, North Carolina – was contaminated with toxic chemicals. Over the 34-year period, it’s estimated that more than one million people have been affected by the dangerous chemicals contaminating the water. On August 10, 2022, President Biden signed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022, which allows victims to seek legal compensation for the harm they’ve experienced due to the contaminated water.

Our team is here to serve the Marines, their families, and the many civilians who spent years living, working, and serving our country at Camp Lejeune. Whether you, your spouse, your children, or someone you care about has experienced an injury or illness due to the water contamination at Camp Lejeune, we are here to help.

As a South Carolina law firm, our team has deep ties to the military. Our fathers were Vietnam veterans, and one of our attorneys, Janek Kazmierski, is a former Marine who served as an infantry officer with the 6th Marine Regiment. Janek remains connected with the military community as a member of the Marine Corps Association & Foundation. He is also a life-member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Former Marine, now lawyer, Janek Kazmierski remembers no man left behind and wants no family left behind. Request a free consultation today by filling out the form above or calling us directly at (803) 790-2800 to speak to our team to see how we can help. To learn more about the Camp Lejeune Justice Act and who may be eligible for benefits, visit this article where we answer 10 frequently asked questions about the water contamination at Camp Lejeune


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