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

US Insurance Firm CNA Neglects Survivors of Iraqi Tanslators, May Face Criminnal Charges

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 23, 2011 U.S. insurer faces criminal probe over Iraqis’ unpaid death benefits By T Christian Miller at ProPublica   May 23, 2011  and The LA Times An administrative law judge has referred a U.S. insurance company for criminal investigation after the firm failed to pay … 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

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

WARNING to DBA Claimants/Injured Civilian Contractors in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Alabama

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on November 9, 2010  we at Alliance Investigations make it our mission to limit the misses and amplify the hits. AIG (via the taxpayer) is paying this firm to spy on you for days on end, and what’s worse is they guarantee “well over a 90% video … Continue reading

Dan Hoaglands Death Sentence at the Hands of AIG’s Overly Zealous Representation

Injured War Zone Contractor Dan Hoagland shares his story of medical treatment denied  by KBR/AIG resulting in a death sentence by Cancer with Sean Calleb. Scott Bloch, Defense Base Act Attorney tells the truth about the Defense Base Act Insurance Scandal and our Defense Base Act Class Action Lawsuit. p

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

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