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 Affected May Be Eligible For Substantial Compensation.


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injured servicemembers and their families coming forward to seek substantial compensation

Multiple international banks such as Credit Suisse® and Barclays® have been found to violate the ATA by allowing radical organizations to use their banks to funnel money to dangerous organizations in Iraq and Syria after 2010.

Those that were present in certain areas of the Middle East since 2010 and were injured or killed from explosions from Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), Explosively Formed Penetrators (EFPs) and certain other devices may qualify to file a legal claim under the Anti-Terrorism Act “ATA”.

Now, thousands of veterans, active-duty service members, and their loved ones that were present in Iraq and Syria after 2010 are coming forward to file an individual claim. Filing a claim is 100% free and comes with no obligation.

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Iraq & Syria Terror Attacks Impact Veterans & Families

millions of dollars in funds were sent to radical organizations to attack American troops, contractors, and civilians in Iraq and syria.

Banks including 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 funds sent to these organizations were ultimately used to harm American soldiers, contractors, and civilians.

The ATA In The News


As awareness begins to spread, thousands who have served overseas and their loved ones are filing individual claims.


Many of the first individual claims begin to be filed by those injured overseas and their loved ones.


it is estimated that 196 troops were lost or injured due to attacks by ieds supplied by outlaw countries.


credit suisse® pays $536 million in fines after it was discovered the bank had connections with outlaw groups that harmed american soldiers.

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