Laws designed to protect government employees may apply to private employees engaged in employment in war zones. The civil litigation law firm of Gammon & Grange, P.C., based in northern Virginia, has extensive experience representing translators and linguists hired by private companies to work alongside contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan. These injured private contractors may be entitled to file workers' compensation claims, as well as to sue the federal government for compensation.
There Is Help For Interpreters/Translators Injured In Iraq Or Afghanistan
The firm's lawyers welcome the opportunity to evaluate and advise new potential clients who have suffered injury or lost loved ones who were working in Iraq, Afghanistan or any other combat zone for L-3 Communication, Titan or any war zone contractor.
- Orthopedic injuries
- Burn injuries
- Emotional trauma
- PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
- Loss of eye or limb (hand, arm, foot, leg)
Allow the firm's attorneys to explain how relevant U.S. laws can bring financial relief to you and your family after you were badly hurt in Iraq or Afghanistan. Relevant laws may include the following:
- Defense Base Act
- Longshoreman Act
- Jones Act
For information on how Gammon & Grange, P.C., can put more than 30 years of legal experience to work for you after you were injured in Iraq or Afghanistan, call 703-761-5000 or contact the firm online. The firm is well-prepared to represent you before the U.S. Department of Labor, in court or in any venue. Discover how the firm earned the reputation for legal excellence and a track record of success and how its abilities can strengthen your war zone injury claim. Se habla español.