COUNTER TERRORISM LAW
Since 2016, Federal law allows victims of terrorist attacks to recover against nations and corporations that have provided material support to terror organizations. Our firm is partnering with a Virginia law firm that has obtained over $250M in civil judgments against the Islamic Republic of Iran and currently represents more than 100 other victims and family members in pending or soon to be filed litigation, some of whom are clients of Scott Bloch law.
Scott Bloch has championed military and overseas contractors for over a decade. In the last 10 years, he has secured approximately $270M in recovery for American and Foreign contractors, and services members, for injuries, class actions over wages, and discrimination.
Congress has passed a variety of laws aimed at providing financial and legal assistance to victims of international terrorism – our goal is to help bring awareness of those laws and to make certain that our clients are taking advantage of every available opportunity. This can include filing suit against Iran, Syria, and Sudan, the countries formally designated as sponsors of terrorism, or against any other entity that has aided, abetted, or conspired with those countries, or the terrorist organizations they support. Once a civil judgement is obtained, we will guide our clients through a variety of collections efforts, including applications to the United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund, a pool of resources funded by monies confiscated from international banks and businesses that have been convicted or pled guilty to helping fund global terrorism.
Even if you or a family member has settled a DBA personal injury case, you may still have a claim against a state sponsor of terror, such as Iran, provided a link can be made between the event that caused the injury and some state sponsorship of the terror act or acts.
If you are wanting help with problems relating to being a victim of terrorism, fill out this questionnaire.
Filling out the questionnaire does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Nothing herein is intended to provide legal advice. Only if a person becomes a client of the law firm by signing a fee agreement will such a relationship be established. Prior results do not guarantee future outcomes. Case results vary dramatically depending on specific facts and circumstances. Examples of results in cases above do not guarantee any specific results in any other case.