Information May Be Incomplete, Misleading, or Simply Wrong — Listen Carefully and Proceed With Caution
If you have any interest in possibly filing a Camp Lejeune legal claim, no doubt you have seen too many television advertisements suggesting “easy money” and an increasing number of newspaper notices about Town Hall events or other meetings put on by law firms.
Unfortunately, these Camp Lejeune TV advertisements and Town Hall events sometimes present information that is incomplete, misleading, or simply wrong — and (no longer surprising) perhaps all three at the same time.
To reinforce what you were probably already thinking, listen carefully and proceed with caution when considering what you want to do with your Camp Lejeune legal claim. And, of course, do not let anyone rush you to sign a Contract of Representation for your case.
Here are a few articles for your review as you go about determining who you want to handle your Camp Lejeune case:
- Camp Lejeune Justice Act: Cases, Claims, and Lawsuits Overview
The Basic Facts and a Legal Explanation are Presented by an Experienced North Carolina Attorney
- Camp Lejeune Cancer Claims and Legal Representation Information
Lawsuits Are Filed in North Carolina Federal Court
- Camp Lejeune Parkinson’s Disease Cases and Legal Compensation
Basic Facts are Explained by a North Carolina Lawyer
- Camp Lejeune Lawsuit “Offset” Reduction to Legal Compensation: The Issue is If and How Much
Provision Set Forth in Camp Lejeune Justice Act Will be Applied by US Government at Their Discretion
The Law Offices of Thomas J. Lamb is located in Wilmington, North Carolina. We have been handling chemical exposure personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits since 1996. We are currently handling Camp Lejeune legal claims involving certain types of cancer and Parkinson’s disease.
We encourage you to submit a Camp Lejeune Case Evaluation Form online – it is free, confidential, and there is no obligation. Or you can call us on our toll-free number, (800) 426-9535, to speak directly to attorney Tom Lamb about your possible Camp Lejeune case.
Note: This Case Evaluation Form can be used also for non-cancer medical conditions linked to the Camp Lejuene contaminated water.