Civilian Contractors Injured in Jordan Working in Military Bases

While visiting South Carolina, President Biden called for a moment of silence during his attendance at a Baptist church’s banquet hall, acknowledging the somberness of the situation. “We had a tough day last night in the Middle East. We lost three brave souls in an attack on one of our bases.” he stated. Following the moment of silence, President Biden assured, “And we shall respond.”

President Biden blamed Iran-backed groups for these first U.S. fatalities. Ongoing strikes by such groups against American forces continue throughout the Middle East in the wake of the Israel-Hamas conflict. President Biden affirmed that the United States will not remain passive.

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Are you a civilian contractor injured in Jordan?

If you are a civilian contractors who was injured while working in Jordan, please make sure to contact us at the Law Offices of Gillis, Mermell & Pacheco, PA.

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We assist civilian contractors who are injured while working on a military bases overseas or while working in the furtherance of the mission of the United States of America anywhere overseas. Contact us now to get the representation you need and deserve.

If you are the loved one of a civilian contractor who was killed while working in Jordan, please contact us right away so that we can help you get the benefits and representation that you need and deserve.

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