The Honoring Our Pact Act of 2022 can provide up to $6.7 billion in funding for veterans who were exposed to contaminated water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and are now suffering from severe health problems as a result. This bill will help those who have lost their lives because of these conditions, as well as those who are facing significant health challenges due to the toxic exposures they experienced while serving our country.
The Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act, signed into law on August 2, 2020 by the U.S. Government, enables individuals afflicted by exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune military base to file for damages.
The PACT Act has lifted the previous restriction on Camp Lejeune victims pursuing legal action against the U.S Government. Before, these individuals had no way to hold the government accountable for damages caused by exposure at the camp. Now, they are able to seek compensation through the courts.
If you are a marine corps veteran and have been affected by the water contamination at Camp Lejeune, this legislation is for you. It seeks to give you the treatment that you deserve, so don't hesitate to take advantage of it. The government has put away billions of dollars to pay people who were hurt by the Camp Lejeune water pollution event. This is your chance for justice and support.