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

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 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

Defense Base Act Insurance Company CNA’s TPA Private Investigator/Interrogator in South Africa: From SpyKids to Double Agent

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on March 9, 2011 Since this was posted Injured Contractors “covered” by CNA in South Africa have been intimidated, had their lives threatened, and their family members have been threatened.   South African Injured Contractors want to know: “Since when is it ok  for honest injured contractors … 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

Dr Lawrence Blumberg used by AIG

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on February 16, 2011 Dr Lawrence Blumberg or MCN Info Please I am asking in this forum as well as  the federal forum because MCN is from Oregon or Washington. MCN(Medical  Consultants Network) set up a second opinion appointment for me. I live in the  Tampa Bay … Continue reading

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