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Mistakes to Avoid When Filing a Defense Base Act Claim
Mistakes to Avoid When Filing a Defense Base Act Claim

Civilian contractors and subcontractors who’ve sustained injuries while working on U.S. military bases have the right to file for workers’ compensation benefits under the Defense Base Act. Whether your injuries occurred while overseas or in the U.S., filing a DBA claim can ...

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Blog posts in Military Contractors

  • What Types of Psychological Injuries are Covered Under the Defense Base Act?

    The Defense Base Act gives civil contractors workers' compensation benefits for injuries sustained while working on U.S. military bases. While many ...

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  • Is Depression Covered Under the Defense Base Act?

    Civil contractors working on U.S. military bases overseas are often stationed in warzones that put them in high-risk and dangerous situations. ...

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  • Does the Defense Base Act Cover Psychological Issues?

    Civil contractors who have worked on military bases for the United States government may be entitled to compensation for work-related psychological ...

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  • Am I Covered by the Defense Base Act as Foreign Citizen?

    Yes: The Defense Base Act Applies to Foreign Nationals In general, employees of contractors and subcontractors under a government contract with the ...

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  • Military Contractors Face Complicated Healthcare Processes

    Military contractors are employees who perform jobs for private employers who were hired to work on overseas military bases: Construction, ...

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  • What to Do If My Defense Base Act Claim Is Denied?

    Private employees can typically file a Workers’ compensation claim with their employer’s insurance provider when they are injured on the job. But what ...

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