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

Just how far the Employer/Carrier will go to deny a DBA Claim

NO HEART, NO CLAIM !! Callous Indifference From Military Contractor in Iraq, Family Says April 29, 2013      HOUSTON (CN) – A military contractor in Iraq shipped a worker’s body home in pieces, without the heart, then after “painful negotiations” but “no apology,” tried to charge his family for shipping home the … 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

AIG/Chartis Pattern of Delaying Payments to DBA Claimants

Forwarded by a DBA Claimant Before February 2013, Claimants compensation checks from AIG / Chartis Insurance Company were printed, issued and mailed two days prior, so they would be received timely. The envelopes were metered mail that had a stamped postmarked date that would indicate when they were mailed. Now … Continue reading

Dementia Risk Linked to Combat Head Injury, Study Says

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 18, 2011 Defense Base Act Insurance Companies CNA and AIG  have been extremely negligent in denying Contractors injured in bomb blasts diagnoses and treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury. Diagnoses and treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury delayed and denied results in irretrievable life long damage. Bloomberg  … Continue reading

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

How the Defense Base Act became defanged: The Seventh Circle of Bureaucratic Hell

Congress passed the Defense Base Act to protect workers and their families. The rulemakers wrote the rules to protect the insurance companies and the contract companies. “Laws that we thought we had essentially don’t exist. They may be on the books, but they don’t change your life or mine.” From … Continue reading

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