Khobar towers bombing lawsuit


Summary of the case

On the night of June 25, 1996, Building 131 in the Khobar Towers complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia experienced a shocking bombing attack. U.S. Airmen, primarily assigned to the 440th Wing, were temporarily staying in the building in Saudi Arabia supporting Operation Southern Watch. Though the building was in the process of evacuating due to suspicious signs, 19 Airmen were killed and at least 400 service members and civilians were injured in the explosion.

In 2001, Saudi Arabia refused to extradite any of the eleven people indicted in the U.S. for the bombing, and though they claimed the people were in custody in Saudi prisons, the Saudi government never made the “trial” outcomes public. In 2015, Ahmed al-Mughassil, the man accused of being behind the bombing, was arrested and identified in an American federal indictment as the senior leader of the militant group that wanted to kill U.S. military service members in the Persian Gulf.

In 2006, the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia found Iran responsible for the attack, with the assistance of a Saudi militant group, and al-Mughassil helped construct the bomb used in the attack. According to U.S officials, the Saudis obstructed the attack investigation because they were trying to repair relations with Iran at the time and did not join America in placing the blame of the bombing on Iran.


how mm~Law Is Helping

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Those who survived the bombing of the Khobar Towers have tried to move forward and recover, but many suffer from life-altering injuries and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

MM~LAW is dedicated to fighting for the rights of U.S. service members and veterans. We are leading a consortium of seven national law firms in the representation of thousands of Gold Star families and veterans. We have filed lawsuits against European banks that conspired with, and illegally laundered billions of dollars for Iran, knowing that Iran was sponsoring the terrorist groups attacking coalition forces in Iraq.

MM~LAW is also evaluating cases and seeking compensation for individuals who have experienced hearing loss after using the 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs Version 2 (3M Earplugs) during deployment or training.

We are bringing that experience and passion to this case on behalf of veterans who may have been harmed while serving their country. MM~LAW and its co-counsel fund all the expenses of lawsuits and we work exclusively on a contingency basis, meaning our clients are not charged any fees or incur expenses unless compensation for damages is actually obtained for our clients.

If you meet the following criteria, you may be entitled to compensation and you may be able to help prevent similar abuses and harms in the future.

Please fill out the form below if you believe you or a loved one is eligible. MM~LAW will help you determine if legal action is appropriate and gather the information required to move your case forward.


Khobar towers QUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR SERVICE MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES:

  1. You must have been present during the Khobar Towers bombing in 1996.

  2. You have physical injuries or PTSD/other mental injuries resulting from the bombing.

  3. You have a V.A. disability rating service connected to the Khobar Towers attack.


 

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