If you or a loved one are a U.S. military service member, veteran or military contractor who suffered injuries, including traumatic brain injuries or post-traumatic stress, from certain explosive terrorist devices (between 2003 and 2011) including IEDs and RPGs, you may have a claim for significant damages, even if you are already receiving disability or other compensation.
Several foreign banks have admitted to entering into criminal conspiracies with Iran and Iranian banks to launder money and provide billions of U.S. dollars to Iran, a designated state sponsor of terrorism, to fund the production of explosive terrorist devices in violation of the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act (the “Act”).
What Types of Devices did the Banks help Iran Produce?
These explosive devices include:
- IEDs—Improvised explosive devices
- EFPs—Explosively formed penetrators
- RPGs—Rocket-propelled grenades
- IRAMs—Improvised rocket-assisted munitions.
These devices were used in Iraq and Afghanistan to kill American soldiers and contractors and the banks that financed these operations have been held accountable under the Act.
What type of injuries can be compensated for under the Act?
In order to qualify for payments from injuries suffered by blast from one of these devices, the injury had to have occurred between 2003 and 2011. The following types of injuries qualify:
- Loss of life of a loved one
- Broken bones, loss of limbs or amputation
- Suicide of a loved one caused by mental impairment due to device explosion
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal cord injury and paralysis
- Loss of vision
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Shrapnel wounds and scars
Can I obtain compensation under the Act if I am already receiving disability or other benefits?
Even if you are receiving disability or other service related benefits, you can still recover compensation under the Act for the above mentioned types of injuries if they are caused by of the terrorist backed devices.
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