Camp Lejeune Multi-District Litigation Update – March 2017

Latest Update March 2, 2017:


Previous Updates

November 30, 2016:

“In 2003 and 2004, the Navy conducted a pilot-scale treatability study using electrical resistance heating to treat areas containing DNAPL. An estimated 48,000 pounds of VOCs were removed from soils during the study.”

Civilian Exposure Resource Docs – Legal – declaration_1-11-mdl-2218_straw_v_usa_11212016-filed

November 10, 2016:

Erica Bryant et al. v. USA, case number 12-15424, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

At least 2,600 cases related to the alleged contamination at the base have been filed with the U.S. Department of the Navy, according to court documents. – Law360

10/2014 – Opinion:

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  • March 3, 2017 at 10:28 am

    I started working at Utilities Division of Base Maint. At CLNC Aug 6 1962 and retired on Dec. 31, 2003. A cancerous kidney was removed in October, 2009, I received chemo treatment in early 2010 for bladder cancer. Do I qualify for any rewards that may be issued to civilian employees of CLNN. Thanks for your assistance.


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