We have just observed the 15h anniversary of the terrible national tragedy of September 11, 2001. There is much justice to be done yet. The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, or JASTA, has recently passed both houses of the U.S. Congress. This legislation opens the door to pursuing compensation for terror attacks from foreign states who may have funded or otherwise assisted in the attacks.
Once the law is enacted, it will be possible for the first time for families to win compensation from Saudi Arabia. The majority of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudi Arabian; this summer, documents were declassified showing extensive contacts between Saudi officials and the attackers, and likely sources of funding flowing from the Saudi government. In the future, seasoned terrorism lawyers such as those at the Miller Firm should be able to shed much more light on these issues and to make Saudi Arabia account for the terrible toll of the attacks.
If you were injured or a loved one was killed in the 9/11 terror attacks, you may be entitled to compensation through a civil lawsuit. We will act swiftly to hold Saudi Arabia accountable.
The attorneys at the Miller Firm have focused on securing compensation for terror victims and their families for over a decade, and are proud of our meaningful results in this arena:
- $8.68 billion judgment in 2014 on behalf of 567 plaintiffs who suffered injuries in the 1998 Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania- the largest U.S. judgment for victims of terror
- $21 million verdict in 2016 on behalf of a single family injured in a terrorist attack in Israel
- Seven figure settlement in 2015 against U.S. corporations alleged to have provided material support to Saddam Hussein
The Miller Firm is presently accepting clients who were injured or families who experienced terrible loss on September 11, 2001. Call 1-800-882-2525 and ask to speak to attorneys David Dickens, Timothy Litzenburg, Michael Miller or Nancy Miller. They can be reached as well at [email protected] or [email protected].
Please accept our deepest continuing sympathies and promise to work tirelessly on your behalf.