Lawyer fees draw scrutiny as Camp Lejeune claims stack up
May 27, 2023 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Health News Florida | By Michelle Andrews – KFF Health News Published May 27, 2023 at 5:00 AM EDT Advocates and lawmakers worry high lawyer fees could shortchange those injured from toxic exposure at the military base after the Camp Lejeune Justice Act became law. David and Adair Keller started their married life together in […]...Continue reading

Firms Want W.Va. Camp Lejeune TCPA Allegations Tossed
May 27, 2023 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

By Peter McGuire Law360 (May 26, 2023, 3:51 PM EDT) — Two law firms accused of illegally soliciting clients for Camp Lejeune toxic water contamination lawsuits have told a West Virginia federal judge to toss a proposed class action, arguing they were not responsible for telephoning potential clients on a federal do-not-call list. In separate […]...Continue reading

More Than 60,000 Camp Lejeune Water Poisoning Claims Submitted by Injured Veterans, Family Members: Report
May 26, 2023 by Irvin Jackson

A Navy attorney says the U.S. government has not allocated adequate resources to process and resolve Camp Lejeune water poisoning lawsuits in a timely fashion. A U.S. Navy lawyer estimated that at least 60,000 Camp Lejeune water poisoning claims have already been submitted to the U.S. Government by former service members, their families, and others […]...Continue reading

Navy Lawyer Blames Lejeune Delays on Funding, Staff Shortages
May 26, 2023 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Exclusive Kaustuv Basu Senior Enterprise Reporter The Navy lacks the money and staffing to quickly review compensation claims from thousands of veterans poisoned by toxic water at Camp Lejeune, a Navy attorney acknowledged. In an email this month to claimants’ lawyers, Navy attorney Jennifer Tennile Karnes said nearly 500 law firms have registered to represent […]...Continue reading

What Is the Status of Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Claims?
May 25, 2023 by ZeroRisk Cases Marketing

Overwhelming Number of Camp Lejeune Lawsuits Before North Carolina Federal Court Legal Examiner Staffer May 24, 2023 Since President Biden signed the Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act in August 2022, the four judges overseeing Camp Lejeune lawsuits against the U.S. government are dealing with three times the number of expected court […]...Continue reading