In modern conflict areas, corporate policy and economic concerns can complicate security protocols and military missions. Incidents of negligence, abuse, fraud, personal injury liability and wrongful death can occur, even in a war zone.
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It is not unpatriotic to seek redress against corporations that have put their profits and convenience above their responsibility to our fighting men and women, their civilian contract employees or foreign citizens.
Members of our military face great risk, but it is not their duty to face hazardous exposure to improperly managed dump sites or burn pits, electrified plumbing, or unreasonably unsafe construction sites. Civilian contractors in war zones hire on to hazardous jobs and working conditions, but that does not allow their employers to completely disregard their safety.
Not one of our brave men and women, military or contract employee, nor any of the citizens of Iraq or Afghanistan should have to face gross negligence or fraud by US war contractors.
Bringing a lawsuit against a US company or defense contractor for an incident overseas presents complicated legal challenges, issues of immunity and international treaties. You need attorneys who have experience fighting these battles and who have beaten powerful corporations.
Since 1974, Tommy Fibich has been a crusader for plaintiffs. He is Board Certified in civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and was listed in The Best Lawyers in America®. Awarded an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell, ranking with the highest level of professional excellence, Tommy has also been designated a Texas Super Lawyer for each of the last six years by over 20,000 of his peers, placing him among the top 5% of attorneys in the state.
The lawyers at Fibich Hampton Leebron Briggs & Josephson, LLP are advocates on the front lines, leading the way in difficult individual cases and mass class actions. Our nationally recognized lawyers have won lawsuits or secured settlements from major corporations and organizations across the country. Please see our Major Cases page for more information.
Though no one can undo the damage, our attorneys have the dedication, experience and skill to lead you through the litigation process to investigate liability, to fight on your behalf for proper redress, and to hold those responsible to account.
If you or a loved one has been hurt, or you've lost someone because of the negligence of a US based war contractor in Iraq, Afghanistan or anywhere in the world, contact us.
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