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Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s Disease Lawsuit

Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s Disease Claims Due to Toxic Water

Camp Lejeune Parkinson's Lawsuits - If you were exposed to water contamination at Camp Lejeune, you may qualify for compensation.Did you or a loved one suffer from Parkinson’s disease after being exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987? If so, Riddle & Brantley can assist you with filing a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit. Scientific evidence suggests that Parkinson’s disease may be caused by exposure to the specific contaminants in the water at Camp Lejeune.

We are investigating these Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s claims, and are committed to assisting military veterans, their families, and civilian workers get the justice they deserve.

Please call us at 1-800-525-7111 to discuss your potential Parkinson’s disease claim. Because of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, those who have suffered serious health issues will be able to seek compensation for their injuries in Camp Lejeune lawsuits. There are no attorney fees unless we win your case and you receive compensation.

Call 1-800-525-7111 for a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced trial attorney handling Parkinson’s disease claims associated with water contamination at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.

Riddle & Brantley has an office in Jacksonville, just down the road from Camp Lejeune, and many of our attorneys and staff have close family ties to the military. We believe Justice Counts and are ready to help however we can.

“We have an office in Jacksonville just down the road from Camp Lejeune and have served the area for decades. We’re ready to help.”

Gene Riddle, Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawsuit attorney

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Did Water Contamination at Camp Lejeune Cause Parkinson’s Disease?

The water contaminants at Camp Lejeune may be responsible for service members later developing Parkinson’s disease, along with other cancers and illnesses, as alleged by thousands of victims and plaintiffs’ counsel. There are strong scientific connections between certain contaminants in the Camp Lejeune water and Parkinson’s disease, which we believe will make cases brought against the Navy for these injuries very compelling.

Evidence That Camp Lejeune Water Caused Parkinson’s Disease

Between 1953 and 1987, a number of chemical pollutants from a local dry cleaning operation contaminated the water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, including trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PCE), vinyl chloride, benzene, and other chemical solvents. Significant evidence suggests that these contaminants may have caused Parkinson’s disease in veterans, family members, and civilian workers who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune.

Scientific research supporting a connection between Camp Lejeune water contamination and Parkinson’s disease includes:

  • A 2020 study that found a connection between environmental TCE exposure and an elevated risk of Parkinson’s disease.
  • A 2008 study that explored how exposure to TCE in an industrial setting may be linked to the later development of Parkinson’s disease. This study found particularly compelling evidence that even workers that were indirectly exposed to TCE exhibited neurodegenerative effects similar to Parkinson’s.
  • A 2012 study that looked for links between chlorinated solvents like TCE and the potential for an elevated risk of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s.

Camp Lejeune’s water was already suspected to be carcinogenic, and is now strongly linked to increased instances of Parkinson’s disease in people who were frequently exposed to it. In addition to other cancers, you may be able to file a claim for compensation if you were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune and later developed Parkinson’s disease.

You can reach Riddle & Brantley for a free, no-obligation consultation with a Camp Lejeune cancer lawyer at 1-800-525-7111.

How to File a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s Disease Claim

Those harmed by the water contamination at Camp Lejeune may now be eligible to seek compensation from the Navy thanks to the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, passed on August 2 as part of the PACT Act. The Navy previously denied these claims outright, but the Act will enable those affected to seek compensation for injuries they may have suffered as a result, including Parkinson’s disease.

Anyone who meets the following criteria may be eligible to file a Camp Lejeune lawsuit:

With over 225 years of combined attorney experience handling various injury lawsuits, Riddle & Brantley can help you determine if you have a case, guide you through your available legal options, and, if you wish, file a case on your behalf. Please call us at 1-800-525-7111 for a free, no-obligation consultation, and let us see if we can assist you.

“By far the best law firm that actually cares about helping veterans.”

B.F., Riddle & Brantley client

"Parkinson's is a horrible disease and we are committed to helping those exposed to toxic water at Camp Lejeune get justice." -Gene RiddleTalk with a Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s Disease Attorney for Free

Did you or a loved one suffer from Parkinson’s disease after being exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune? Riddle & Brantley can provide you with free legal advice and help you determine the best legal options for seeking compensation.

We’ve recovered over $665 million for our injured clients since 2000 alone (see disclaimer below), and we’re proud of the settlements and verdicts we’ve secured. We’re also humbled by the way our clients describe their experience working with our firm’s attorneys and staff:

  • “It was nice to see Riddle & Brantley put me and my needs first.” –R. C.
  • “They turned a heartbreaking situation completely around.” –Tonya T.
  • “They made a hard time in my life easier to endure.” –Melissa C.
  • “Every time I’ve needed them, they were there for me.” –Tyronnie T.
  • “You’ll walk in the door as a client but leave as family. They’re the absolute best.” –Susan S.

Award-Winning Trial Attorneys

Our Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s disease lawyers have also been recognized by many prestigious memberships and awards (see disclaimer below), including:

  • Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • Super Lawyers
  • The National Trial Lawyers Top 100
  • The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
  • Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”
  • The National Association of Distinguished Counsel
  • AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell
  • The Litigator Award

We have an office in Jacksonville, just down the road from Camp Lejeune, and we are ready to help our veterans, their families, and civilian workers get the justice and compensation they deserve. Many of our attorneys and staff have close family ties to the military.

Please get in touch with us at 1-800-525-7111 or complete the easy form to request a free consultation with our experienced Camp Lejeune law firm. We will not receive any attorney fees unless we secure justice and compensation on your behalf.

 


*** Disclaimer: The results mentioned are intended to illustrate the type of cases handled by the firm. These results do not guarantee a similar outcome, and they should not be construed to constitute a promise or guarantee of a particular result in any particular case. Every case is different, and the outcome of any case depends upon a variety of factors unique to that case.

*** Disclaimer: An attorney must meet certain requirements to join these organizations or receive these awards. For more information on Membership Criteria for Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Super Lawyers, Super Lawyers “Rising Star” designation, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100, The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, The National Association of Distinguished Counsel, AV Preeminent designation by Martindale-Hubbell, the Litigator Award, and other memberships, awards, and accolades, please visit our Membership Criteria page. These awards and memberships should not be construed as a promise or guarantee of a similar result. Each case is different and must be evaluated separately.