The Cases in Anti-Terrorism Lawsuits - Under the United States Anti-Terrorism Act, any national of the United States and his or her survivors may sue for any injuries received through acts of international terrorism. Under this Act, organizations that support international terrorism may also be held accountable...
Should You File a U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act Lawsuit?
...thousands of acts of terrorism were committed against American soldiers and civilian contractors who were injured or killed in Iraq. If you or a loved one suffered injuries or death as a result of Iranian sponsored terrorism, it could be extremely beneficial for you to speak to an anti-terrorism lawyer to determine whether your rights were violated and whether you have a valid U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act Lawsuit...
Inverse Condemnation vs. Eminent Domain - While most people are at least somewhat familiar with the concept of eminent domain, fewer are familiar with inverse condemnation. Eminent domain refers to the power of the government to force the sale or take private property for public use. In an eminent domain situation, the government is required to pay...
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