We welcome victims of the 9/11 terror attacks and their family members to join a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia for monetary damages.
The Lawsuit and Your Rights
Our litigation acts on a recent law enacted by the United States Congress that permits victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to seek justice, monetary compensation, and to hold any foreign state accountable for an act of international terrorism.
This lawsuit is against Saudi Arabia as a state sponsor of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Are you a victim of 9/11?
Anyone who was physically or emotionally injured as a direct result of the 9/11 attacks can join this lawsuit against Saudi Arabia. This includes those exposed to Ground Zero dust or other harmful conditions.
– Individuals who worked or lived in lower Manhattan or other 9/11 site
– First responders such as fire, police, and EMS
– Cleanup personnel
– Construction workers and utility workers (Con Ed, Verizon, etc) on the pile
Family members can sue for emotional distress.
In terrorism claims, injuries suffered by the victim may have radiating effects on their loved ones. We are filing solatium claims (intentional infliction of emotional distress) in this litigation, where the victim’s mother, father, spouse, brother, sister, children, and estate of the victim (if applicable) are each able to submit separate claims.
No upfront attorney fees.
Each claimant has the choice to retain our legal services with no upfront cost or legal fees unless and until that client receives financial recovery. If no recovery is received, you will not owe anything.
You can still sue if you participated in past 9/11 compensation or did not qualify for 9/11 compensation.
Participation in 9/11 compensation funds or the disqualification in such funds due to your injuries are not factors in entering this lawsuit.
Our attorneys have a record of success.
The Rothenberg Law Firm successfully litigated the first case of state-sponsored terrorism under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act for an incident that took place on American soil. They also assembled the litigation and lobbying team which succeeded in recovering approximately $2 billion for U.S. servicemen killed and injured in the 1983 barracks bombings in Beirut, Lebanon. This is in addition to representing American citizens killed in numerous other state sponsored terror attacks.
The Miller Firm and The Rothenberg Law Firm worked together in securing the monumental judgment of $8.7 billion on behalf of U.S. nationals killed or injured in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, and have successfully worked together for other victims of state sponsored terrorism as well.