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Pursuing.com Offers Legal Assistance For Vets Affected By Camp Lejeune

Activist and environmentalist, and owner of Pursuing.com, Hart Pearson Sebastian Cunningham, has announced a callout for veterans and families affected by the contaminated drinking water between 1953 and 1987 at Camp Lejeune, offering the legal help they need.

United States – October 31, 2022

Hart Pearson Sebastian Cunningham, the owner of Pursuing.com, a legal resource for plaintiffs, has expanded his North Carolina focus over the last decade. In particular, this environmentalist aim to connect with U.S. veterans and their family members who may have been exposed to contaminated drinking water between 1953 and 1987 at Camp Lejeune and have experienced health consequences as a result.

Harts’s father, Jere Cunningham, trained across North Carolina and Tennessee in his early 20s at a variety of military bases, before passing of brain cancer on Jan 23, 2018, in North Carolina. During his childhood, Hart spent time rooting for Tar Heels in basketball, while deciding to attend Claremont Colleges, over Duke.

During his education, Hart’s focus as an environmentalist, combined with his extensive time in NC, as well as supporting his father through his cancer, empowered his drive to help veterans whose health was affected by their duty. As such, he has now turned that into a professional drive to connect those affected veterans with qualified attorneys, especially those who have suffered health impacts related to Camp Lejeune.

Hart Cunningham is the founder of dozens of vertically focused communities, including eve.com for gaming, lend.com for finance, integrate.com for marketing, and enroll.com for education. Hart’s focus on the legal sector, with ownership and growth of Pursuing.com, begins with his love of his father and Mother Nature.

Hart Cunningham was also an environment and climate-focused POTUS candidate for 2020, campaigning in North Carolina from 2017-2019. Hart is an active yogi, with a focus on inversions and meditation.

U.S. Veterans, their family members or others may have been exposed to contaminated drinking water between 1953 and 1987 at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and developed cancer or other serious health issues years later. Some of these servicemen, families or others present at the base had been deemed ineligible or had their claims denied by the Veterans Administration, but as part of the recently signed PACT Act, the new Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 may allow them compensation.

Camp Lejeune vets can connect with attorneys on Pursuing.com, a leading Plaintiff resource to connect with attorneys, at http://www.pursuing.com

If you have any press inquiries, please send them directly to Hart Pearson Sebastian Cunningham, who can be reached directly at 415 Dairy Road, Suite 131, Kahului HI 96732 or by phone at 4157176087. Email inquiries can be sent straight to H@pursuing.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Hart Pearson Sebastian Cunningham
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Organization: Pursuing.com
Address: 415 Dairy Road, Suite 131, Kahului HI 96732
Phone: 4157176087
Website: http://www.pursuing.com

Release ID: 89084032

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