If you served in Iraq or Syria, there is a chance that you were involved in an explosion involving an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). Certain of these IED’s were manufactured in Iran before being proliferated into Iraq for use against US service members. A common type of IED is known as an Explosive Form Penetrator (EFP). A soldier who has been in a strike involving an IED or EFP, who can prove the details of the strike, may be entitled to receive compensation from a billion-dollar fund titled the “U.S. Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund” (USVSST).
We represent current and former service members who are seeking recovery for injuries caused by such IEDs and EFP’s. Contact us for a free evaluation of your case to speak with an attorney about the process of making a claim for your combat injuries.
As a 100% combat-veteran owned law firm, we focus on representing veterans in all aspects of litigation. America’s warfighters have put it all on the line, and often, their injuries reflect their service to our country. Cobos is proud to represent (and have represented) thousands of veterans on widely varying cases, and continues to earn the trust of the veterans community long after taking off the uniform.