The massive lawsuit already has thousands of claimant inquiries, and experts expect it to be one of the most significant lawsuits in history and estimate that, in total, the case will include almost 200,000 plaintiffs by the time it goes to trial.
All mass torts are complicated, but the specifics of the Camp Lejeune case make its complexity unique. First, with the number of claimants expected, there's the need for resources for the large volume of intake forms necessary in the litigation of this case. The broad timeline Camp Lejeune victims lived or worked on base, anywhere from 1953 to the end of 1987, combined with the decades that have passed and the medical ailments the victims suffered, guarantees the need to process and review thousands of medical records.
If your firm plans to represent the victims of Camp Lejeune's water contamination, partnering with Reciprocity Industries for your claimant communication, intake, administration, and documentation needs can help you take your case to the next level.