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$9,000 Camp Lejeune Lawsuit Loan Issued for GA Claimant with Stage III Chronic Kidney Disease

Direct Legal Funding has recently issued a $9,000 lawsuit loan to a former Marine who was stationed at Camp Lejeune for around a year, providing much-needed financial support to the claimant during a challenging period in his life.

Background

The 65-year-old claimant is a resident of Atlanta, GA who served in the United States Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune during the year 1977. His job in the Marines at the time was construction wireman and he was a telephone installer lineman at the base. His year-long duty at the base would unknowingly expose him to dangerous contaminants present in the water supply, leading to life-changing health implications.

Health Impact and Legal Consequences

Over time, exposure to the contaminated water at the base led to the claimant being diagnosed with stage III chronic kidney disease, a tier 1 condition. Studies strongly suggest that the contaminants in the water at Camp Lejeune were highly likely the cause of this condition, thereby directly linking the claimant’s disease to his tenure at the base.

The claimant decided to seek justice and compensation for his condition by filing an administrative claim under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act (CLJA) last fall. The claim was received by the Navy JAG on October 3 and given a perfect determination, implying that it was valid and properly filed.

Legal Processes

After the claimant’s administrative claim was received by the Navy JAG, the claim underwent scrutiny and was determined to have been filed correctly. With the perfect determination and the pressing need for financial support, the claimant applied for a pre-settlement loan through Direct Legal Funding.

Lawsuit Loan Application and Approval

The underwriting process for the Camp Lejeune lawsuit loan application included the review of several criteria, which included:

  • Representation by a reputable personal injury law firm
  • Proof of having served at Camp Lejeune for over 30 days during the affected period.
  • Provision of documents such as the attorney retainer agreement, Standard Form 95, Perfect Determination, medical records, and office of military personnel file.

The claimant’s application was thorough and met all the specified underwriting criteria. As a result, Direct Legal Funding was pleased to be able to obtain a $9,000 lawsuit loan for the claimant. As with all pre-settlement loans that are facilitated by Direct Legal Funding, the claimant is not obligated to repay the loan unless compensation is received from the Camp Lejeune litigation claim.

Direct Legal Funding recently issued a $10,000 lawsuit loan to a Camp Lejeune claimant who was stationed at the base for more than a decade.

Direct Legal Funding recently issued a $10,000 lawsuit loan to a Camp Lejeune claimant who was stationed at the base for more than a decade. This marked one of the first lawsuit loans to ever be funded for any of the claimants that are involved in this litigation.

Background

The plaintiff served at Camp Lejeune from January 1966 until October 1977, a period of more than a decade. During this time, he was unknowingly exposed to contaminated water provided by the United States government, leading to devastating health repercussions.

Health Impact and Legal Consequences

As a result of the exposure to the contaminated water, the plaintiff developed renal toxicity and kidney disease. Strong evidence supports the claim that the contaminants found in the water at Camp Lejeune were at least as likely as not the cause of his health conditions. The contaminants include harmful chemicals such as TCE, PCE, vinyl chloride, and benzene.

Seeking compensation for the considerable medical costs, loss of income, pain and suffering, and other injuries caused by the federal government’s failure to ensure the water’s safety, the plaintiff filed a lawsuit under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act (CLJA).

Legal Parties Involved

The plaintiff, a resident of Georgia, filed the lawsuit against the defendant, the United States of America, who had waived its sovereign immunity under the PACT Act §§ 804(b) and (f).

Legal Processes

In September of 2022, the plaintiff filed an administrative claim for compensation to the United States Navy under 28 U.S.C. § 2675. After six months without the resolution of the claim, it was considered constructively denied under 28 U.S.C. § 2675(a). Consequently, the plaintiff filed his lawsuit against the government on April 26, 2023.

Lawsuit Loan Application and Approval

In light of the health and financial distress, the plaintiff sought financial assistance in the form of a lawsuit loan through Direct Legal Funding. During the application process, it was determined that the plaintiff met the following Camp Lejeune underwriting funding criteria:

  • Representation by an attorney.
  • Residence or regular visits to Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987.
  • Documented proof of a qualifying injury, in this case, renal toxicity and kidney disease.
  • Submission of all necessary documents for lawsuit funding.

Based on the satisfaction of these criteria, our underwriters approved the plaintiff’s application and issued a $10,000 lawsuit loan.

This case represents a significant milestone as it sets a precedent for future Camp Lejeune lawsuit loans to be funded. Despite the complicated and harrowing circumstances surrounding the plaintiff’s health condition and his lawsuit, Direct Legal Funding was able to successfully navigate the complexities involved and obtain the necessary financial support that the plaintiff needed during this difficult time.

Direct Legal Funding recently obtained a lawsuit settlement loan of $8000 for a claimant from Monroeville, Ohio, who contracted Parkinson's Disease that was linked to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune.

Direct Legal Funding recently obtained a lawsuit settlement loan of $8000 for a claimant from Monroeville, Ohio, who contracted Parkinson’s Disease that was linked to the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. As the wife of a military personnel member and a civilian employee at the base from September 1964 through August 1965, she was exposed to the contamination for about a year. 

With compelling medical documentation illustrating a direct correlation between her condition and the contaminated water, she engaged multiple law firms in July 2022 to pursue her Camp Lejeune lawsuit. In September 2022, her legal team filed an administrative claim with the Department of the Navy. 

The strength of her claim, substantiated by her legal counsel, enabled Direct Legal Funding to secure the approval of her pre-settlement lawsuit loan. The lawsuit cash advance we obtained for her has provided much-needed funds to help her get through a financially difficult period in her life.

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