We help victims of terror attacks and their families get justice.

A new law allows service members and individuals who’ve been injured or killed in acts of terror to sue financial institutions that fund these heinous attacks. The Driscoll Firm P.C. is well-versed in these anti-terrorism laws and has already filed suits on behalf of clients. Contact us today to see if you or a loved one is eligible for compensation.

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Anti-Terrorism Lawyers

If you are a United States veteran, service member, or contractor who was injured in Afghanistan or the Iraq War, you may be entitled to compensation from the banks that knowingly funded terrorist groups. The Driscoll Firm is now filing claims on behalf of injured service members and contractors under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act. The act allows those who were hurt or the families of those who were killed while in Afghanistan or Iraq hold the banks who provided financing to Iran’s acts of terrorism against U.S. forces.

You are not alone in this fight. Join the other U.S. service members, veterans, and contractors who are actively pursuing legal action against the foreign financial institutions that willingly provided aid to Iran while it was on the “State Sponsor of Terrorism” list. Contact us at or email us through the form on this site to take action today.

Click here to learn more about the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act.

Current Cases Filed Against Iran & Banks

Follow the links below to read the full lawsuit

CASE NO.: 1:16-cv-02193-EGS Doc. 5-0 First Amended Complaint (1) CASE NO.: 3:16-cv-01207-DRH-DGW Doc. 47-0 First Amended Complaint (1)

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Principal Attorney, John J. Driscoll

A fighter and advocate for his clients

Attorney John Driscoll over a decade of experience handling complex litigation and class-action lawsuits against fortune 500 multi-national corporations. And has filed several lawsuits under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act, including CASE NO.: 1:16-cv-02193-EGS and CASE NO.: 3:16-cv-01207-DRH-DGW

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