Defense Base Act War Hazards Act: Overly Zealous Representation in Defending Against a DBA Claim

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 27, 2012 employer/carrier’s inadequate or overly zealous representation in defending against a DBA claim may be grounds for denying all or some portion of a request for WHCA reimbursement. So Mr Rayburn how many War Hazards reimbursements has the DFEC denied in part or whole … Continue reading

Nine Years Ago Today, Still Getting Screwed Over by CNA

July 7, 2003 Nine years ago you get that phone call you hoped you’d never get But hey they say, not to worry, the insurance company will take care of everything Heart is breaking but not to worry Everything, they say, will be OK Good thing we’ve been paying for … Continue reading

Department of Labor Refusal to find CNA in 18(a) default of order

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on December 22, 2011 As referenced in the previous post Department of Labor District Offices Dead in the Water Scott Bloch filed a request to find CNA in 18(a) Default of an Order on behalf of Merlin Clark on September 16, 2011. Merlin Clark has been denied … Continue reading

CNA’s Deadly Paper Games, Just another CNA DBA Suicide in the making

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 21, 2012 It is certainly going to have the desired result.  They are going to kill him and it is going to be soon.  Before the year is out I believe this man is going to commit suicide. PTSD Claims to be Expedited CNA’s Deadly … Continue reading

Defense Base Act: The Weaponization of the Defense Medical Examination

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 15, 2012 The Defense Base Act Insurance Company is entitled to have Defense Base Act Claimants see a physician that they choose to provide them with a second opinion regards the injuries that you have filed a claim for.  These examinations are in no way … Continue reading

How far can you be sent to a Defense Medical Examination?

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on March 29, 2011 Coercion: the act of compelling by force of authority Forcing an Injured Contractor to drive or fly far out their geographic area to go to Defense Medical Examinations which are falsely referred to as Independent Medical Examinations is among the most abusive tactics … Continue reading

When do CNA’s Deadly Paper Games become Outright Lies to the Department of Labor?

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 19, 2012 How about now DOL ???? Documents showed that CNA reported the highest profits margins, taking in nearly 50 percent more in premiums than it paid out in benefits. CNA’s Deadly Paper Games After having defaulted on an Order to provide medical to an … Continue reading

Officer Failed to Warn CIA Before Khost Bombing that Killed Civilian Contractors

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on October 20, 2010 Officer Failed to Warn CIA Before Attack Dane Clark Paresi, Jeremy Wise, Harold Brown Jr., Scott Michael Roberson by Mark Mazzetti New York Times WASHINGTON — Three weeks before a Jordanian double agent set off a bomb at a  remote Central  Intelligence Agency … Continue reading

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