EFP Lawsuit for Those Killed or Injuredrappa
Individuals may now file a lawsuit if they or someone they know has been injured or killed by an explosively formed penetrator (EFP) between July 2006 and December 2012 in Iraq or Afghanistan.
According to recent reports, certain banks are being linked to funding which helped Iranian terrorist groups, fueling the manufacturing of EFPs. The lawsuit alleges, anyone injured or killed by an EFP incurred those injuries as a direct result of this aid.
Information about the EFP Lawsuit
IEDs (improvised explosive devices) and EFPs are said to cause a large portion of injuries and deaths to soldiers and military members overseas. These devices create a powerful detonation and can send shrapnel and other projectiles flying into the air for miles.
According to reports, the EFP lawsuit alleges that certain banks and financial institutions masked wire transactions which indicated funds were being delivered to members of Hezbollah and other terrorist in order to build EFP devices, which were later used to hurt, maim, or kill American soldiers.
What to do if you or a loved one has been killed or injured by an EFP device?
Countless people across the country are seeking help for themselves or a loved one who has been injured by an EFP device- if you have been injured by an EFP device in Afghanistan or Iraq, it is important to contact an experienced EFP Device Attorney, as soon as possible.