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|Injured Overseas and War Zone Contractors often find themselves in this battle for medical care and other benefits
afforded them under the Defense Base Act.
AIG and CNA ruthlessly delay and deny claims with no remorse for the lives they destroy.
The Department of Labor has served as a poor administrator allowing these insurance company tactics and sometimes
even supporting them.
The Defense Base Act itself has been twisted to better meet the needs of the insurance company.
We are injured overseas and war zone contractors and family members living this in real time.
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DoL Jacksonville District Office and CNA Blood on their Hands
Is the Department of Labor covering up for companies who
fail to provide DBA Insurance and those who fail to file
claims, late or never? and how should the taxpayer feel
about them hiring “Reputation Management” Firms to cover
up their cover ups?
CNA Lies to the DoL
Civilian Contractor Casualty Count
Our Fallen Contractors Memorial
At Least 121 Civilian Contractor Deaths in Third Quarter of
At Least 59 Civilian Contractor Deaths in Second Quarter of
At Least 49 Civilian Contractor Deaths filed on in First Quarter
At Least 418 Civilian Contractor Deaths in 2011
After Injury, The Battle Begins House Oversight Committee
“Something cruel, heartless and cynical took place in the
back rooms of carriers with responsibility for civilian claims.
If you like Edgar Alan Poe, you’ll love the claims files of AIG
War Hazards Act pays Insurance Companies
more for expenses
than to Claimants for compensation
Class Action Tax Misclassification filed against Xe, Formerly
CNA May Finally Face Criminal Charges
Eysslinck Vs Ronco Consulting Injustice Prevails
CNA’s Double Agent in South Africa
CIVILIAN CONTRACTORS IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN
OVERSEAS CIVILIAN CONTRACTORS
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