Is An ambulance Chaser Really Necessary?

I keep being flooded on television by all of these ambulance chaser ads concerning Camp LeJune, and possibly having been made ill because of the drinking water there from 1953-87. Congress, they tell us, just passed a bill to compensate service members, their families, and civilian workers that may have been affected. Okay, so why do any of these need a lawyer? The service members will have documentation of when they were assigned to that camp as well as any medical records, later on, showing any illnesses contracted. Family members will have mostly the same if they were with the service member stationed at LeJune. Civilian workers? They too should have some way of proving, whether they were government civilians or contractors, that they worked there during that period and again, have contracted some illness. So again, why do they need lawyers to “battle” for them?

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