Savannah Law Firm Seeking Justice & Reparations for Families of Slain Marines
On October 23, 1983, 241 U.S. Marines and service personnel were killed by Hezbollah terrorists at a Marine compound in Beirut, Lebanon. This was one of the deadliest terrorist attacks against U.S. Marines at the time. The U.S. government discovered that the attack was premediated and financed by the government of Iran.
If you have lost a loved one to the 1983 Beirut bombings, our Savannah mass tort lawyers can help you explore your options. Talk to our team to learn more about what you may be entitled to and how you can take legal action.
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U.S. federal court rulings have found Iran to be responsible for the attacks and allow victims to sue Iran for compensation and reparations. The U.S. government has also frozen more than $2 billion in Iranian assets to be distributed to victims when their lawsuits are settled. The current legal challenge involves collecting money from the Iranian central bank, which is appealing the U.S. court decisions.
It is important that you speak with a lawyer as soon as possible if you are interested in being a part of this case.
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At Karsman, McKenzie & Hart, we are known for our high-powered advocacy in mass tort claims. We are passionate not only about fighting for maximum compensation for our clients, but also for justice and peace. When you need a legal ally to help you during your time of need, you can trust our team at Karsman, McKenzie & Hart.
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