Blown up in Iraq Eight Years Ago Today, Still getting Screwed Over by CNA

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 7, 2011 DBA CNA Anniversary July 7, 2003 At the risk of sounding repetitious: Merlin Clark Blown up in Iraq Eight Years Ago Today Still getting screwed over by CNA

Johnny does not come cheap, but there is a lot to win for his contributors

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 11, 2011 Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia has presented Bill S. 669 to the Senate which has been referred to a committee on which he sits, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, for deliberation, investigation, and revision. Bill S.669 was introduced AS … Continue reading

Text of S.669: Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act Amendments of 2011

Text of S. 669: Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act Amendments of 2011 Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 17, 2011 A bill re-introduced in the United States Senate and backed by maritime insurers and employers would substantially reform existing Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act procedures and the benefits afforded … Continue reading

ALJ Steven Berlin Upholds Decision in Dill vs AIG/KBR/SEII PTSD Suicide

Decision and Order on Remand dated February 7, 2013 Update: Barbara Dill Wade Dill v Service Employees International and AIU Holdings  Despite all the dirty attempts to keep this very important claim from succeeding, clearly an Overly Zealous Representation in Defense of a DBA claim, we have a “win” if you … Continue reading

War Hazards Act pays Insurance Companies more for expenses than to Claimants for compensation

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on March 9, 2011 Over the past six years (not including 2010) the federal government has paid more in reimbursements to insurers for expenses $19.7 million than  it has paid in compensation to claimants $12.1 million” – There is evidence that the current process, in which the federal … Continue reading

Insurance Companies Stripping Medical Records

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on March 2, 2011 “Several stories detail possible fraud or  questionable actions practiced by at least several major insurance carriers, but  ignored and unpunished by regulators. The WFAA-TV series has revealed how some  insurance companies send peer review doctors medical files “stripped” of records  important to the … Continue reading

CNA’s Deadly Paper Games and Outright Lies Condoned by the Department of Labor

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on November 2, 2012 How do AIG and CNA get away with telling so many lies and paying for so little ?   They get help from those put in place to “ensure that workers’ compensation benefits are provided promptly and properly”  The Department of Labor’s Jacksonville Florida … Continue reading

Defense Base Act Defense Medical Examinations: Rewriting the Report

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on November 23, 2011 As a Defense Base Act Claimant you are required to submit to an examination by a physician the insurance company chooses for a second opinion.  These examinations are often improperly (fraudulently ?) referred to as Independent Medical Examinations which are something very different … Continue reading

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