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Defense Base Act Resources

Many, many articles about Defense Base Act Resources. Created in 1941, the Defense Base Act law provides medical coverage, compensation, and the right to choose your own doctor. The DBA covers those who work overseas as civilian contractors for private employers Department of Defense firms working on foreign military bases for the U.S. government, or who work on contracts approved and funded by the U.S. Government. Anyone injured on the job and who is denied medical care has the right to an attorney who is paid by the insurer or the employer, not by the individual. Garfinkel Schwartz has provided civilian contractors with DBA defense help since 1976.

Defense Base Act U.S. Help

Hi, this is Brian Wiklendt with Garfinkel Schwartz. I just wanted to update civilian contractors on how to get Defense Base Act U.S. Help. Defense Base Act U.S. Help Just to give you an idea of how I work with clients to provide Defense Base Act U.S. help, I’ll tell you where I’ve been and […]


What is Maximum Medical Improvement?

Maximum Medical Improvement or MMI is a label given out when a particular doctor has finished providing surgeries for a medical condition. While insurance companies use the term MMI to mean the end of care, that is not the case. People may still have ongoing medical conditions, pain, PTSD, medicines and therapies and rehabilitation after MMI. A DBA attorney can explain that you can still get health care to cover you injuries, pain, PTSD, medical conditions that may go on the rest of your life.


3 DBA Cases 3 Different Outcomes

Brian Wiklendt DBA attorney says that sometimes cases take years, sometimes they take months and walks you through examples including a stipulation, a jury trial or a claim is settled and case is closed


Brian Talks about U.S. Client Trips

Brian Wiklendt prides himself on traveling to his clients and working with them in their own environment. Defense contractors who have been injured appreciate the respect given to them and their families. Brian likes meeting his clients and their families – it helps him understand what challenges they are up against.


Brian Wiklendt DBA Contractor Checklist

Defense contractors preparing to deploy overseas are advised to contact a Defense Base Act attorney prior to leaving the states. Defense contractors have rights under the Defense Base Act that your employer may not explain to you. Working overseas can be dangerous and it is wise to understand your rights before you go overseas to work.


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