When Do You Hire a Defense Base Act Lawyer?
Each year, the United States contracts civilians for numerous projects worldwide through the Defense Base Act (DBA). These projects often expose civilians to dangerous situations. Anything can happen while working on the job. Have you been injured, or are you suffering in other ways from your experiences overseas? Will you be ...Read More
The List of Things Your Defense Base Act Attorney Needs to Do When You Are Denied Benefits
A painful injury far from home, lost earnings, laborious paperwork, uncertainty: Defense Base Act claims are already stressful enough. So a rejected claim can feel like adding insult to injury. Insurance companies count on claimants feeling too overwhelmed and disheartened by the denial of a claim to pursue it ...Read More
Top 5 Things You Need to Know About the Defense Base Act
Crack! That’s the sound of one of your bones breaking on the job at a U.S. military base overseas. You worry that there’s no workers’ comp as there would be if you’d been hurt on the job stateside. As it turns out, there’s no need to worry. The Defense ...Read More
A Guide to Defense Base Act Claims for PTSD
Over the past decade, U.S. government contractors have been working around the globe in warzones. Among contractors who were studied, 25% of them met the criteria for PTSD. Within recent years, more time has been devoted to raising public awareness about service members with PTSD. Yet awareness of this situation is not ...Read More