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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuit Claims

Local, Personal Counsel for Your Camp Lejeune Claim

 In August 2022, the U.S. government passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 to assist victims of contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.  This legislation is part of the federal government’s Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxins (PACT) Act.  This Act focuses on veterans who have been exposed to toxic chemicals while they were in service.

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act applies anyone who lived or worked at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987 and also suffers from at least one of the following conditions:

Adult Leukemia          Lung Cancer              Aplastic Anemia                 Miscarriage            Birth Defects           Bladder Cancer        Breast Cancer

Parkinson’s Disease               Cardiac Defects               Renal Toxicity          Cervical Cancer          Esophageal Cancer          Schleroderma

Multiple Myeloma            Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma           Fatty Liver Disease              Prostate Cancer           Rectal Cancer


How can an Attorney Help Me with my Camp Lejeune Claim?

When you work with the Ritchie Law Firm for your Camp Lejeune contaminated water lawsuit, we work hard to make sure the process is as easy as possible. The Ritchie Law Firm will:

  • Identify if you have a Camp Lejeune Claim
  • Help identify related medical conditions
  • collect medical records
  • confirm deadlines
  • ensure that all of the proper documents are filed on time.

Common Costs That May be Covered in a Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Cases

  • Medical expenses

One of the highest costs of an injury. Right after an accident victims are hit with a massive amount of medical bills, and they will likely have ongoing medical costs to cover.

  • Lost wages past and future

Being out of work puts such a strain on individuals and their families and can leave them in tough financial situations.

  • Impaired earning capacity

Whether the injury was physical or mental there can be continued impairments to their work abilities and even decrease their future earning possibilities, again putting them in a financial strain because of an accident.

  • Pain and suffering

This aspect of a claim has some qualifying requirements that clients will want to discuss with their attorney.


Camp Lejeune water contamination lawsuit

Our Camp Lejeune Attorneys

John Krall

John has practiced with the Ritchie Law Firm since 1991.  His practice primarily consists of automobile and tractor trailer collisions, as well as medical malpractice cases.  Recently, John has become an advocate for victims of the Camp Lejeune water contamination.  John has extensive jury trial experience and has successfully represented hundreds of seriously injured people.

Roger Ritchie

Roger grew up in the Shenandoah Valley and attended high school locally.  He served as a school teacher for several years before turning his attention to the law.  Roger will be assisting John Krall in handling local Camp Lejeune cases.


Michael Ritchie

Mike is an attorney with the Ritchie Law Firm with extensive experience in a wide range of injury cases.  Mike’s practice has included representing victims of injury at the hands of another.  Mike will be working with John Krall to ensure that victims of the Camp Lejeune receive the compensation they deserve.