Have you waited before pursuing your Camp Lejeune Claim? Confused by the tons of lawyer advertising about the toxic water at the Camp?
Here is some information you need to know.
Local Lawyer Best.
I firmly believe that a local attorney is the way to go. You will then have someone to watch out for your interest and someone you can meet face to face. Also, it will not cost you one dime more than hiring some anonymous person from outside the state.
Don’t Expect Quick Cash.
Even though the federal government has stepped in, the process will take time. It is not as easy as some advertisements would lead you to believe.
Not All Sign-Ups Are the Same.
I am all for you getting professional legal help. However, be careful of the phone number you call. Some ads are just marketing mills. They take your name and sell it to someone else. If you are not talking to the person who will handle your case, I strongly believe you are talking to the wrong person.
There Is a Time Limit.
If you wait too long, you could be left out. So why are you waiting? Perhaps like many people, you are feeling overwhelmed. I know from my own family how getting through the bureaucracy of veterans’ and other service-related benefits can be nearly unbearable. But you do not have to go it alone.
I hope you will call us at Eiland and Ritchie. What happened at Camp Lejeune is heartbreaking, but you can get the help and the money to hopefully get better.
Also, join us on NBC 15 LawCall here in Mobile every Sunday night at 10:30, right after the news. We are taking a fall break and will offer 5-minute segments for the rest of the year and a live call-in segment every Monday on NBC 15 at around lunchtime. You can also call the Eiland & Ritchie offices at (251) 666-1212. We specifically set aside a few hours Monday morning to answer your questions.
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