Special Case

Red Hill Claims Against the Navy

You knew your family was not well.


You smelled it in the water. You saw a sheen. And you and your family felt it: nausea, skin rashes, sore throats, burning eyes. You told them things weren’t right: the doctors, the VA. They didn’t believe you. They told you everything was fine. But they were wrong: there was poison in the water.

Fuel leaks in May and November 2021, and times before that that the Navy did not admit. You have lost so much. You just want your family to get well. Just Well Law and our partners represent families against the government that made them sick.


We are currently representing families who ingested jet fuel (and other contaminants) because of the Navy’s negligence at Red Hill. Our clients have experienced skin conditions, respiratory disorders, reproductive challenges, immune and hematological disorders, neurological disorders, visual and hearing disorders, renal and hepatic diseases, cardiovascular conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, genotoxic and metabolic effects, and cancer. If you have been sick from toxic exposure, we may be able to help.

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Just Well Town Hall 2/25/2022

Featured Story

 Clients Jamie Simic and Major Mandy Feindt briefed Congress on Red Hill. 

Round Table, January 2022

Thank you for joining us for our round table on Red Hill toxic exposure, health & legal remedies. See this news clip for the highlights. You can also find the full recording here


Photo credit: U.S. Navy photo 80-G-182880

History of Military Failures at Red Hill

We hope you will join us in the effort to hold the military accountable

This water contamination crisis is merely the most recent failure in a series of problems with Oahu’s Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility that dates back decades. Since World War II when the Red Hill USTs were constructed, the US military has ignored warnings from experts and local leaders about the enormous risk to people who rely on the water supply under Red Hill. The Navy has covered up their mistakes and dismissed your concerns, resulting in a crisis that has cost many of you and your families your homes and your health.

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We know that our clients need to recover financially to rebuild their health and their lives. We stand ready to partner with you on your own health and recovery journey. And in the process, we hope to make a difference for families and military communities around the globe.

Together, we will send a message to the United States: clean water is a national security issue. To maintain our position of readiness, we must protect our families and military communities from harm. We must provide safe housing and safe water. Our men and women in uniform cannot fight for our country when they are sick. And their families and surrounding community cannot support the mission if they are sick.

Who are We

We are fierce advocates with a passion for environmental health and our military communities.

Kristina Baehr

Kristina Baehr is a national trial lawyer who represents sick families against the companies and governments that made them sick. After Princeton and Yale Law, she worked her way up the ranks to partner at a national trial firm.  Their teams represented clients against big pharma and tech companies in state, federal and international courts, and their victories led to over $1 billion in revenue for their clients. She then transitioned to the US Attorneys’ Office, where she represented federal agencies like the Army, Air Force, and VA in personal injury cases like this one. And when her own family experienced toxic exposure, she left the Department of Justice to build the personal injury firm she couldn’t find. 

Robert McKee

Robert McKee has been practicing environmental exposure cases for over 20 years. Cases involving toxic torts and environmental exposure require not only knowledge of the law, but also a specific scientific background. Robert J Mckee, founder of The Mckee Law Group, has built a nationally recognized reputation in this field of practice. Bob, who specializes in toxic torts, has litigated these type of cases throughout the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean. When a fungicide caused damage on several crops, Bob represented hundreds of farmers from Florida, Hawaii, Central America, the Caribbean, and Fiji. When BP’s Deepwater Horizon disgorged its poisonous chemicals, Bob was one of the lead attorney helping the victims recover just compensation. His last jury trial in an exposure case resulted in a $48m verdict for a single plaintiff in 2021.

James Baehr

James Baehr is a trial lawyer and Veterans’ advocate who has spent his career fighting for servicemembers and their families. As a Marine Corps Judge Advocate General, Baehr represented over 200 servicemembers in court-martial proceedings, presentencing trials, and administrative boards. After active duty, Baehr served as a federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Orleans, prosecuting over 100 defendants for felony level violations in the Eastern District of Louisiana. A Major in the Reserves, Baehr deployed to Iraq for Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve in 2018. Thereafter, he served in the White House as a Special Assistant to the President, working as the President’s lead adviser on Veterans’ and servicemember policy, including toxic exposure benefits issues. Today, he fights for servicemembers and their families in courts around the country.

Lyle Hosoda

Lyle Hosoda is one of Hawaii’s best trial lawyers and President and CEO of Hosoda Law Group.  He has represented companies and individuals in complex civil litigation for over 35 years. He has litigated personal injury claims in and around aircraft and airports, fuel contamination damages, and aircraft and helicopter crashes. Mr. Hosoda has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a top litigation attorney in Honolulu every year since 2013. He has also been named by Honolulu Magazine as one of the best lawyers in in several litigation specialties since 2014. With close personal ties to Red Hill, he is committed to serving the sick families affected by the Navy’s errors.