Camp Lejeune Justice Act Litigation

If you’ve met with a VFW-Accredited Service Officer and determined pursuing a Camp Lejeune lawsuit is right for you, the VFW encourages you to begin the process today by contacting a VFW-entrusted law firm:

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Since 2014 Bergmann & Moore has successfully represented over 3,000 VFW members in federal court and joins the VFW in attempting to ensure its members understand what is at stake and whether to join the Camp Lejeune Justice Act litigation. Contact Bergmann & Moore or call 800.898.9450.


BMBF Law has extensive experience and proven success in litigating toxic groundwater cases. We work alongside Military and Medical Advisory Boards made up of members of the military community and healthcare professionals with expertise on complex medical issues. We have committed our team to a grassroots education and informational campaign with VFW members and its Auxiliary in their local communities to assure full understanding of one’s rights and options in pursuing a lawsuit under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. Contact BMBF Law or call 443.256.4886.

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Camp Lejeune Justice Act Litigation

In August, the VFW-championed Honoring Our PACT Act of 2022 was signed into law. Section 804 of the PACT Act, known as the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, authorizes veterans and military families who were exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune to file a federal tort claim for harm caused by such exposure.

Veterans, family members, and contractors suffering from the effect of toxic exposure at Camp Lejeune will need appropriate legal representation to join the Camp Lejeune Justice Act lawsuit. The VFW cautions its members and supporters to avoid predatory law firms advertising endlessly on television. To assist those who wish to pursue a Camp Lejeune Justice Act lawsuit, the VFW has collaborated with entrusted law firms with a long history of honorably serving veterans. These firms have agreed to

  1. Cap attorney fees at a reasonable rate,
  2. No upfront costs,
  3. Work with the VFW to ensure veterans explore their earned VA benefits,
  4. Counsel claimants on the impact of the offset included in the Camp Lejeune Justice Act before accepting an award,
  5. Encourage VFW membership to eligible veterans, and
  6. Provide resources to support the VFW Service Officer Program.