Iraq War Fund Cases for Injured U.S. Soldiers and Military Contractors

You May Be Entitled to Compensation from the Fund

Tens of thousands of combined U.S. military members and military contractors were wounded or killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. These injuries and wrongful deaths were the direct result of weapons and munitions produced by Iran.

If you or a loved one are among these U.S. military servicemembers, veterans, or military contractors who suffered injuries and/or disabilities from certain terrorist-backed devices between 2003 and 2011, our legal team wants to talk with you. We also want to speak with family members and survivors who lost a loved one.   

Take the first step to learn more about your legal options by sharing your details with us today by completing this form and clicking the “Review My Case” button.

You may be entitled to financial compensation under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act for your injuries.

In fact, you may have a claim to recover damages even if you already receive disability or other compensation.

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U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act Explained

The U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act states that any entity who knowingly provides material support or resources to a designated foreign terrorist organizations can be held accountable for committing a crime. Iran has been designated as a state sponsor of terrorist organizations.

Consequently, several foreign banks are now being held accountable for entering into criminal conspiracies with Iran and Iranian banks to launder money and provide billions of U.S. dollars to fund Iran’s production of explosive terrorist devices. By choosing to do so, each bank is in direct violation of the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act (the “Act”).

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund?

The United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund (Fund) was designed by Congress to award compensation to U.S. nationals who were injured, disabled, or killed by illicitly funded explosive devices produced by international state sponsored terrorism groups. The Fund also includes compensation for survivors of a deceased U.S. national who was killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn.

More specific information regarding the fund can be found here on the United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism website.  

What explosive devices did Iran use bank funding to produce?

Terrorist-backed explosive devices include:

  • IEDs (Improvised explosive devices),
  • IRAMs (Improvised rocket-assisted munitions),
  • EFPs (Explosively formed penetrators), and  
  • RPGs (Rocket-propelled grenades).

Since only specific casualties/injuries of war caused by these devices qualify for compensation, please contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys for a free Iraq War Fund case evaluation today.

Injuries and Casualties of Iraq War

What were the most common casualties/injuries?

Common casualties and injuries caused by explosive devices include:

  • Amputation
  • Broken bones
  • Vision loss
  • Paralysis
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Shrapnel wounds
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Suicide (military personnel or loved one of military personnel)
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)

Who can obtain compensation under the Act?

  • American veterans, servicemembers, or military contractors may qualify for compensation under the Act, if they suffered one of the aforementioned injuries due to a terrorist-backed device. The injury also must have occurred between 2003 and 2011.
  • Disabled American veterans, servicemembers, or military contractors who currently receive disability or other service-related benefits, may also recover compensation under the Act. However, their injuries also must have been caused by one of the aforementioned terrorist-backed devices.
  • Families, survivors, and dependents of veterans, servicemembers, or military contractors who were killed or injured at the hands of these terrorists may also qualify for compensation under the Act.

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US Soldier Iraq War Fund

Under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act, U.S. military members, veterans, and military contractors like you have the right to sue banks that illegally financed Iran’s acts of terrorism during the Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. Furthermore, your families share the same right. At Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, we are here to review your claim and further discuss your legal options.  

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We have a team of experienced attorneys who are licensed to practice law in California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Florida with principal offices in Phoenix, Arizona. We also work with other highly skilled lawyers located across the United States. While our firm maintains joint responsibility, Iraq War Fund cases of this type are likely referred to other firms for primary responsibility.

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