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Veterans, Military Personnel, Civilian Contractors & Others Injured or Killed In Certain Areas in The Middle East AFTER 2010 May Be Entitled To Seek Justice & Compensation.

Veterans, Military Personnel, Civilian Contractors & Others Injured or Killed In Certain Areas in The Middle East AFTER 2010 May Be Entitled To Seek Justice & Compensation.

Those Having Incidents/Attacks In Syria or Iraq Can Check Eligibility

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injured servicemembers and their families coming forward to seek substantial compensation

Thousands of American soldiers and contractors have been injured by a variety of improvised devices while serving overseas after 2010 in Iraq or syria. Unfortunately, banks such as Credit Suisse® allowed dangerous groups to use their bank to funnel money to organizations that harmed Americans.

the anti-terrorism act of 1992 was designed to hold financial institutions accountable for allowing organizations to use their bank to finance improvised devices that harmed Americans overseas.

Veterans, Family members, survivors, and heirs may be able to bring legal action to seek and recover “damages” from injury or death associated with these incidents that occurred in Iraq or syria after 2010. Receiving a legal case review is 100% free and comes with no obligation.

 

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Iraq & Syria Terror Attacks Impacts Veterans & Families

During the wars in Iraq and Syria after 2010, millions of dollars in funds were sent to radical organizations to attack American troops, contractors, and civilians.

Banks such as Barclays® and Credit Suisse® knowingly allowed state sponsors to send money to organizations whose sole goal was to injure and harm Americans serving overseas after 2010.

The sponsorship of these groups by rogue nations has been widely reported by both the media and members of the government. In many cases, state sponsors directly provideD weapons and training to radical organizations.

latest news updates

2021

Thousands of service members and their loved ones continue to file individual claims against multinational banks for allowing dangerous organizations to funnel money.

2020

Some of the first veterans, active-duty service members, and their family members come forward to file individual claims.

2015

credit suisse® was found to have helped funnel money to radical groups overseas that directly injured American soldiers and contractors. As a result, the bank was ordered to pay $536 million in fines.

2006

Barclays® was fined $500 million fine for violating the anti-terrorism act by allowing radical organizations to use their bank to funnel money.

1992

to help compensate Americans injured or killed abroad, the ATA is passed.

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