Epidemic: Over 400,000 Traumatic Brain Injuries for Vets Coming from Iraq and Afghanistan

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 26, 2011 With like numbers of Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan, similar casualty rates though we do not know who they are, why are contractors not receiving screening and medical treatment for Traumatic Brain Injuries?  The Defense Base Act Insurance Companies deny diagnoses and treatment … Continue reading

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

AIG, CNA, ACE the Terrorists of the Injured War Zone Contractor

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on September 11, 2010 From an Injured Ally Today we remember those killed in the attack on the USA by a group of extremists. Some of us from foreign lands at the bequest of our political masters stepped forward to join the fight against these terrorists. After … Continue reading

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, CTE, due to lack of Diagnoses and Early Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on September 21, 2012 “But we may be able to learn that early treatment of the initial acute [brain] injury may avoid this cascade from brain injury to CTE.” As a civilian contractor you will be denied early treatment by the insurance company. The liability for this … Continue reading

ACE and BP, Another Dream Team

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 11, 2010 BP Cuts Payments to 40,000, La. Official Says State Cabinet Member Tells Federal Gov’t of “Devastating” Cuts for Thousands with Incomplete Claim Files Ace in Place to Deny Claims (AP) BP has decided to reduce payments to tens of thousands of people whose … Continue reading

US Independence Day 2010 Injured War Zone Contractors in Extreme Distress

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on July 3, 2010 We fly our  flag upside down today as a signal of the Dire Distress and  Extreme Danger to Life and Property We Injured Overseas Contractors and our families find ourselves in.   Many of you  have lost your health far past your original … Continue reading

ACE in place to deny bp oil spill compensation claims

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on June 24, 2010 by Brit Guy Anybody recognize this company! God help those involved,  but more importantly  God help us. We are not media darlings nor am I covered in feathers and  struggling in oil.  I am not stood on the beach crying about my beautiful … Continue reading

AIG, CNA, ACE Denials Add to Overburdened VA System

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on May 5, 2010 Thousands of Injured Contractors  are being treated by the VA because AIG,  CNA , ACE, refuse to accept their responsibility to provide medical benefits earned by  injured contractors.   Yes, you earned those benefits, they were paid for. Despite these huge numbers there are … Continue reading

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