Camp Lejeune Justice Act and PACT ACT Information

About the PACT Act Information

Attached you will find a downloadable flyer with a QR code that directs veterans and claimants to our Pact Act website ( that is a direct referral tool for those that feel they may qualify for benefits under the new law.


Please feel free to display it in your offices, use it as an outreach tool, disseminate it to your Posts, etc. so we can reach as many people as possible.


The veteran answers a few short questions to determine their potential eligibility and upon completion, it will generate a direct referral to the appropriate DSO based on location.


Additionally, it also provides links to the DSO directory for surviving spouses who also may be eligible for benefits. 





Find information, eligibility or to file your claim with the Veterans of Foreign Wars



Camp Lejeune Justice Act

Camp Lejeune is a United States Marine Corps Base Camp in Jacksonville, North Carolina, that is now known to be the site of an environmental and public health disaster. For over three decades, beginning in the 1950s, chemicals from leaking underground storage tanks, industrial area spills, improper waste disposal, and a nearby dry cleaner contaminated the drinking water at Camp Lejeune with toxic chemicals. Anyone who served, lived, or worked at Camp Lejeune between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987 may have been exposed to dangerous chemicals linked to serious illnesses such as cancer.

August 10, 2024 is the deadline for filing a Lejeune Lawsuit.

BMBF Law is entrusted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and stands ready to assist.





Do not delay, contact them today!









The VFW and NERA (Naval Enlisted Reserve Association) have entrusted Baird Mandalas Brockstedt & Federico (BMBF) to represent veterans seeking legal representation for injuries caused by the toxic water contamination at Camp Lejeune.



For more information contact BMBF  Don't let your time run OUT!