A Contractor’s Guide to Preventing Work Injuries Overseas
Staying safe and healthy while working overseas is extremely important. Especially when working in construction, it is even more important to take note of how to prevent work injuries overseas. Below we have compiled a short guide to help prevent any such injuries from happening. Know Your Rights Before ...Read More
How Long Does It Take Contractors to Receive PTSD Compensation?
The USA has more foreign military bases than any other country today, and possibly any other country in history. These bases are staffed by American citizens carrying out a diverse range of functions and tasks. Many of these involve dangerous and distressing work. Physical injuries are unfortunately common, as are ...Read More
What to Do If Your Defense Base Act Claim Is Denied
So, you filed a defense base act claim and realized that it was denied. Now you’re trying to figure out what your next move is and how you can still hope to receive some kind of benefit after the claim denial. In this article, we’re going to let you ...Read More
A New Employee’s Guide to Working in an Embassy
The United States currently has embassies and diplomatic missions in over 170 nations around the world. These embassies employ a huge number of Americans overseas. Working in an embassy can be a highly rewarding endeavor. If you’re thinking of pursuing a career in one of America’s foreign embassies, or you’ve just ...Read More