The Bruner Law Firm is aggressively representing U.S. Veterans who’ve ever spent 30 days or more at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Congress, the Senate and the President of the United States are working out long-overdue legislation which includes funding which will compensate those who’ve suffered health issues due to tainted drinking water at Camp Lejeune. A wide variety of conditions can be directly tied to toxins at Camp Lejeune and injured veterans may qualify for significant financial compensation due to those injuries.
Lead Attorneys at the Bruner Firm specialize in assisting claimants from Camp Lejeune who’ve suffered health afflictions. Over a million Marines, Marine families and civilian workers at Camp Lejeune were exposed to toxins in their drinking water. The contaminated water caused everything from cancer to Parkinson’s disease. These warriors and their families deserve justice and recompense. The Bruner Law Firm is dedicating all available resources to assisting anyone who needs help. Former State Senator Vince Bruner and the devoted Bruner firm attorneys bring decades of expertise in trying cases in some of the country’s densest military populations.
The Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our PACT Act of 2022 (“PACT Act”) provides for the first time, a chance for all generations of toxic-exposed veterans and any who worked at Camp Lejeune to collect financial damages for their suffering. This bill is an historic opportunity for anyone exposed to the water for at least 30 days, to hire an experienced attorney who will represent them and file for a fair portion of the funds set aside by the U.S. government specifically to compensate veterans whose health been negatively affected.
Call Managing Partner Drew Bruner today to quickly determine whether you qualify for a cash settlement: (850) 634-3870.