Losing Tim

Ten Years Ago Today We lost Tim Eysselinck to PTSD, to RONCO, to the Iraq War, to the lies. The lies continue to this day despite having been made boldly public. Due to the corporate takeover at every level of our government the Government Contract Companies and the DBA Insurance Companies … Continue reading

Ten Years Ago Today, Still getting screwed over by CNA !!

July 7, 2003

ALJ Paul C Johnson’s Slashing and Burning of Claimants rights continues

Kennington, Rosenow, and Romero have nothing on this ALJ . Administrative Law Judge Paul C Johnson, who for some unknown but likely diabolical reason , was appointed as Associate Chief Administrative Law Judge after only a few short years as an ALJ, appears to us to be the worst Judge in … Continue reading

Iraq War Civilian Contractor Casualty Not Counted: Tim Eysselinck

Go tell the Americans Stranger Passing by That here obedient to their laws I lie April 23 2004 Ronco Consulting chose to play down the suicide and blame it on his wife and son.  They sent their HR person to our home to make sure that my husband hadn’t grown any … Continue reading

Injured Blackwater Xe war contractor approved for treatment by AIG

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 16, 2011 Bravo to Kevin Graman for exposing AIG’s  dangerous “risk management” practices. We too hope it is not too late for Jennifer as it has been for so many who have come before her. A Big Salute to you both !! Kevin Graman The … Continue reading

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

Patrick Elkins of Clinton awarded Defense of Freedom Medal after being seriously injured while driving a truck in Iraq

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 12, 2011 Permanent nerve damage ended Elkins’ career as a truck driver, the only job he ever wanted. Battles with an insurance company halted Elkins’ benefits and forced him to drain every penny of his savings. Herald Review  May 12, 2011 CLINTON – Patrick Elkins … Continue reading

How much does an “Independent Medical Examination Cost”?

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 10, 2011 An Independent Medical Examination as ordered by the Department of Labor or a Defense Medical Examination (Second Opinion) are paid for by the insurance company. We’ve not yet seen or heard of anyone going to an Independent Medical Examination as ordered by the … Continue reading

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