Wounded in Iraq by an EFP-IED?

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U.S. Army Europe commander Gen. Carter F Ham on Thursday March 26 2009 at the U.S. Army Patrol Base of the 2-28 Infantry in Al Hillah, 100 km (62 miles) south of Baghdad Iraq, looks over damage caused to a Humvee the day before during a patrol in the area. The Humvee was hit by an EFP, (explosively formed projectile), a roadside bomb of the type believed to be supplied by Iran, which partially destroyed the vehicle but caused no casualties. Ham was visiting the base as part of a tour of Germany-based units serving in Iraq. (AP Photo/ David Rising)
U.S. Army Europe commander Gen. Carter F Ham on Thursday March 26 2009 at the U.S. Army Patrol Base of the 2-28 Infantry in Al Hillah, 100 km (62 miles) south of Baghdad Iraq, looks over damage caused to a Humvee the day before during a patrol in the area. The Humvee was hit by an EFP, (explosively formed projectile), a roadside bomb of the type believed to be supplied by Iran, which partially destroyed the vehicle but caused no casualties. Ham was visiting the base as part of a tour of Germany-based units serving in Iraq. (AP Photo/ David Rising)

If you or a loved one was wounded in action, physically or mentally, by an Iranian-manufactured EFP (Explosively Formed Penetrator) or IRAM (Improvised Rocket Assisted Munitions) in Iraq, you may have a claim against Iran or Iranian Banks for state-sponsored terrorist activities.  If you are unsure if the attack against you or a loved one was an EFP or IRAM, we will investigate the attack to try to make that determination without any compensation.  You will not pay any out-of-pocket costs throughout the entire process.

A Complaint has been filed for our clients alleging that Iran partially funds global terrorist operations through the IRGC-QF, which, in turn, directly funds, trains, and supports terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah, KH and AAH that have killed and wounded thousands of Americans in Iraq since 2003.  These groups engaged in targeted kidnappings, assassinations, and attacks (including improvised explosive device (“IED”) attacks) on U.S. soldiers and civilians.  For more information you can visit www.justiceforvetsofiraq.com or www.Dowdlaw.net and click the red button titled “Counter-Terrorism Litigation”.  To speak with a Dowd & Dowd representative, you may call (314-621-2500) during regular business hours and ask for Lia Dowd, Thor Dowd, or Clayton Dowd (Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:30pm CST).

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