Iraq War Veteran Lawsuits

United States military service members, retired or honorably discharged veterans, and even contractors retained by the U.S. government may have a legal right to file claims against foreign banks and financial organizations that have illegally financed Iran’s acts of state-sponsored terrorism.

Spangenberg, Shibley & Liber is part of a nationwide team of attorneys that is pursuing claims on behalf of individuals who were injured or killed in the Iraq War or in Afghanistan as part of the Iraq War Fund Anti-Terrorism Lawsuit effort. Our team’s full website can be accessed by clicking on the following link: (https://iraqwarfund.com/).

Multiple banks have already admitted to engaging in criminal conspiracies with Iran to provide Iran with billions of U.S. dollars in violation of U.S. and international laws. The banks engaged in this conduct despite knowing that Iran was a “State Sponsor of Terrorism” and a major source of injuries to Americans in the Iraq War and in Afghanistan.

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Some of the banks implicated in U.S. Anti-Terrorist Act lawsuits are:

  • Barclays PLC
  • BNP Paribas S.A.
  • Commerzbank A.G.
  • Crédit Suisse AG & Crédit Suisse Asset Management Limited
  • HSBC Holding Group PLC
  • Standard Chartered Bank PLC

The funds granted to Iran through these and other banks allowed Iran to pay rewards to terrorist groups for attacking United States and other coalition forces. These efforts helped facilitate terrorist attacks from 2003 to 2011 and were a significant cause of injury and death to Americans.

Are you a military service member who served in Iraq or Afghanistan? Contact our firm today to see if you can file a claim.

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Iraq War Lawsuit Eligibility

Any veteran, service member, or civilian contractor injured due to the efforts of a terrorist cell funded by Iranian efforts between 2003 and 2011 may be eligible to file a claim for compensation. The families of deceased veterans, service members, and contractors may also be eligible to file a claim. Individuals dependent on the financial or daily care of an injured veteran may also be entitled to compensation. Do not hesitate to explore your options – call (216) 600-0114 to connect with our Iraq war fund lawsuit attorneys today.

Law Firms Coming Together to Support Our Protectors

Spangenberg, Shibley & Liber is proud to be part of a group of law firms that have banded together to represent the service members and contractors that were wrongfully injured during the Iraq War and Afghanistan campaigns. Together with other law firms – including but not limited to Levin Papantonio and MM-Law, LLC – we are standing up for the brave men and women who defend our country. Through our efforts and coalition strength, we will do everything possible to ensure these foreign banks are held accountable for their actions and decisions.

This collection of law firms is being fronted by Attorney Gavriel Mairone of MM-Law, LLC. He and his law firm have an extensive history of successful civil rights lawsuits, including a recent victory in a large-scale case that sought compensation for victims and families of victims hurt or killed by suicide bombers.

Get all the information you need to know about Iraq war fund lawsuits by contacting our attorneysnow, or by visiting https://iraqwarfund.com/.

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Veteran’s Crisis Line for PTSD and Depression

Many United States military veterans have experienced permanent mental disability or trauma after serving time in Iraq and Afghanistan and suffering a physical injury. The likelihood of a military veteran experiencing some sort of psychological harm after being hurt during active duty service is greater than the likelihood he or she will not. Depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are the two leading forms of mental trauma military service members develop due to being wounded, with those who have been in particularly violent combat or being near explosive ordinance experiencing complications and conditions the most. If you believe you are suffering from depression or PTSD after being injured in active service, please speak to a trusted practitioner for help as soon as possible.

Five common symptoms of PTSD and depression are:

  1. Losing all hope or ambition for the future.
  2. Uncharacteristic mood swings, especially those involving anger.
  3. Dependency on alcohol or drugs.
  4. Reclusiveness, refusal to leave the home, and general seclusion.
  5. Suicidal thoughts or self-harming behaviors.

Please remember that you are never alone in your struggles. There are people out there who care about you and generally want to help you, even if you have never met them. The Veterans Crisis Line is always ready to talk to you, or just listen when you need someone there who understands. Click hereto visit its website or dial 1-800-273-8255 whenever you need it.