Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base Camp, California is the biggest West Coast military base of the United States Marine Corps, and the base serves the U.S. Marines as its major amphibious military training base. It is located on the Southern California coast line in San Diego County, and it is bordered by the city of Oceanside to the south side of the base, the city of  San Clemente to the north side of the base, and the city of Fallbrook to the east side of the base. The military base was formerly established in the year 1942 to train U.S. Marines for service in World War II. However, by October 1944, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base was declared a "permanent military installation" and by the year 1946, it became the home of the 1st Marine Division. The military decided on the name of the base after Marine General Joseph Henry Pendleton, who always advocated the permanent installation of a West Coast training base for the U.S. Marine Corps. Today, after many years, it is the home to myriad Operating Force units including the I Marine Expeditionary Force, and various other training commands with in the United States Military.  

The Law Offices of Mark C. Blane is available to injured personnel of Camp Pendleton. Accident Attorney Mark C. Blane has represented various military personnel from Camp Pendleton in auto accident, slip and fall, and product defect claims.  He is also able to travel to Camp Pendleton, and the surrounding areas to meet with potential clients.   He always meets with his potential clients one-one-one because he makes it a priority to see how they communicate their injuries; more specifically, how their individual injuries have affected them. 

The following is a video clip of Attorney Mark C. Blane explaining how he meets his clients face-to-face: