Camp Lejeune Plaintiffs File Responses Showing Compliance with Administrative Exhaustion Requirement



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  • Akers Response
  • Belt Response
  • Cline Response
  • Deforge Response
  • Fancher Response
  • Gonzalez Response
  • Guthrie Response
  • Isaksen Response
  • Manns Response
  • Partain Response
  • Stringfellow Response
  • Whatley Response
  • Wilson Response


RALEIGH, N.C. –– Several plaintiffs with Camp Lejeune water contamination claims have filed responses to a court order seeking evidence of compliance with the administrative exhaustion requirement in the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, arguing in part that the law requires nothing more than the filing of a claim with the U.S. Navy setting forth the facts that led to the alleged injury and a demand for a sum of money.

The briefs were filed recently in a number of cases pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District in accordance with an Oct. 21 deadline instituted by the …






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