If your law firm specializes in toxic exposure cases, Atraxia Media can help you acquire potential Camp Lejeune claimants.
People who drank toxic water at Camp Lejeune during the last century and came to struggle with health issues are looking for experienced legal representation. Our team of professionals can successfully match water contamination victims with your law firm. When you contract with Atraxia Media providing criteria for your next qualified retainer, we begin advertising and screening clients with our in-house teams to meet your standards. Subsequently, we deliver ready and pre-qualified retainers to your law firm. With the assistance of Atraxia Media, your law firm will benefit from more productivity, as well as more visibility.
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We have established a dependable process for assisting your law firm in finding and signing potential Camp Lejeune claimants. Our expert team knows that client intake is a complex process of attracting and retaining new clients, from their first interaction with our company to the moment they sign the engagement letter. The marketing approach helping us effectively onboard Camp Lejeune toxic water victims can be divided into the following stages:
Individuals who might be eligible to file a Camp Lejeune water contamination claim are those who lived at the military base between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, for at least 30 consecutive days, drank toxic water, and developed one of the following illnesses or health conditions:
Our marketing process is more than just getting potential new clients to fill out the intake form - it is a complex process of attracting and signing new clients as per your needs. From their first interaction to the moment they sign the engagement letter, we handle everything in-house: ad development, social media buying, screening, and much more. Our team just needs to know the number of cases you would like to receive from us.
Camp Lejeune is a U.S. Marine Corps military base located in Jacksonville, North Carolina. It was established in 1941 and is still operational today. However, between 1953 and 1987, the drinking water at the military installation was heavily contaminated with volatile organic compounds, specifically trichloroethylene, vinyl chloride, benzene, and perchloroethylene. Two of the eight drinking water sources at Camp Lejeune became contaminated - Hadnot Point and Tarawa Terrace. At the former, the trichloroethylene level exceeded the safe exposure limit by 280 times, whereas at the latter, the perchloroethylene level eclipsed it by 43 times.
As many as one million people are believed to have drunk toxic water at the military base during the last century, which now places these individuals at high risk of developing serious diseases. Even though the water contamination issue began in 1953, it was only discovered by the U.S. Marine Corps in 1982. Because of the crippling illnesses people came to struggle with as a result of drinking toxic water, they began filing claims to recover financial compensation. While in the past, water contamination victims had a difficult time accessing compensation, today, by virtue of the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, they can easily file a claim with the U.S. government.
CAMP LEJEUNE LITIGATION, MDL NO. 2218
Location: U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
Presiding Judges: Judges Richard E. Myers II, Judge Terrence W. Boyle, Judge Louise W. Flanagan, and Judge James C.
Plaintiffs: Veterans, family members, and civilians injured by toxic water contamination at Camp Lejeune between 1953 and 1987.
Defendants: the U.S. Government
Plaintiff Allegations: The plaintiffs allege that they developed serious, often life-threatening illnesses as a consequence of having drunk water contaminated with volatile organic compounds at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987.
October: There are over 45,000 Camp Lejeune water contamination claims currently pending in the Eastern District of North Carolina.
September: The government introduced a settlement program, offering compensation of up to $450,000 to individuals, including Camp Lejeune veterans, who claim they were injured by contaminated water at the North Carolina military base.
July: The latest Camp Lejeune news is that the claim count is now over 70,000 administrative claims.
June: The Camp Lejeune toxic water claim count is now 65,000 administrative claims.
April: Over 800 civil lawsuits are now pending in the Eastern District of North Carolina, with an average of over 20 new Camp Lejeune Justice Act cases filed daily.
March: Roughly 260 civil lawsuits have now been filed in the Eastern District of North Carolina since the first claims brought under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act became eligible to bring civil cases over one month ago.
February: The JAG reports that 20,000 administrative Camp Lejeune claims have been filed. Furthermore, over 100 lawsuits have been filed in North Carolina.
January: Over 14,000 water contamination claims have been filed since the Camp Lejeune Justice Act was passed in August.
August: The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden, allowing veterans, family members, and civilian contractors who lived at the military base to recover financial compensation from the government if they came to struggle with diseases due to having drunk toxic water at Camp Lejeune. The U.S. government is prohibited from asserting immunity against the lawsuits filed by water contamination victims so that everyone who was injured can access the compensation they are entitled to.
With over two decades of experience in mass tort marketing, Atraxia Media can help your law firm with everything, from advertising to screening and qualifying potential claimants. Moreover, we use our experience to integrate all these tools into your law firm's strategy to make sure you get value from your money invested in marketing. Our resourceful team follows your law firm's criteria and backs it up with a practical marketing strategy.