Osen LLC represents American citizens injured as a result of acts of international terrorism in cases brought under the Anti-Terrorism Act and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. We currently represent the families of more than one-hundred and fifty veterans who were killed or injured in Iraq between 2004 and 2011 as a result of Iranian-sponsored terrorism and are the leading firm litigating on behalf of families of fallen members of our armed forces and wounded veterans in connection with those attacks.
If you were injured, or your family member was killed in Iraq between 2004 and 2011 by Shi’a Special Groups or Iranian-supplied munitions, you may be eligible to join the legal battle to hold Iran and its agents accountable. For more information, contact Osen LLC attorneys Dina Gielchinsky or Bill Friedman or by calling 1-201-265-6400.
What We Do
We have spent more than a decade investigating Iran’s role in directed terrorist attacks against our troops in the Middle East. For example, more than 1,000 U.S. servicemen and women were killed or injured by Iranian-designed and manufactured improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and our research team has identified hundreds of attacks caused by Iranian-designed explosively formed penetrators (EFPs) and improvised rocket-assisted munitions (IRAMs).
We have collected evidence concerning both Iran’s role in targeting Americans in the Middle East and its secret supply chains and money laundering activities.
We have brought the first and leading lawsuit on behalf of families of fallen members of our military, wounded veterans, and American military contractors and their families, against banks that helped Iran secretly launder hundreds of billions of dollars through the United States.
We have brought the first and leading lawsuit on behalf of families of fallen members of our armed services, wounded veterans, and American military contractors killed or injured in Iraq and their families, against Iranian state instrumentalities that helped Iran finance its terrorist operations against our troops in the Middle East.
For More Information
If you or someone you know has been killed or injured in Iraq between 2004 and 2011 by an IED, you can contact us to find out if you may qualify to participate in the Freeman case or a case similar to the Karcher case. Osen LLC carefully reviews each inquiry, recognizing that every terrorist attack is not legally traceable to Iran.
We fight for wounded warriors and the families of fallen soldiers fully recognizing that the legal challenges we face are significant, the forces against us are immensely powerful and the struggle could last a decade or more – and we cannot make any promises that our efforts will ultimately be successful. Yet for all our efforts and everything we have to overcome to be successful in these cases, we recognize that nothing we do remotely approaches our clients’ sacrifice, determination and courage.
To learn more about our lawsuits on behalf of wounded veterans and the families of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, please contact Dina Gielchinsky or Bill Friedman. Contacting our office places you under no obligation and does not create an attorney-client relationship.