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Dunwoody Defense Base Act Attorneys
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Dunwoody Defense Base Act (DBA)Attorneys
Dunwoody Defense Base Act Lawyers fend for citizens and foreign workers ensuring they receive all the medical and wage loss benefits they are qualified for under the law. Many workers were wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq, providing support services for the military. Clients include, but are not limited to, workers employed in reconnaissance, logistics, linguists, security, building contractors, telephony, computers, electricians, plumbing, carpentry and HVAC repair.
The Defense Base Act generously provides injured employees significantly more significant benefits than what would have been afforded under comparable state law. Giving injured workers with significantly more benefits than would have otherwise been afforded under comparable state law, the Defense Base Act is a generous law. Injured workers get more benefits from the very generous Defense Base Act. However, it is vital to talk to someone knowledgeable about the law prior to deferring to the insurance carrier’s instructions. Before deferring to the insurance carrier’s instructions, it’s vital to speak with someone versed on the law. We acknowledge the immeasurable sacrifice that government contractor workers make for U.S. National security.
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As one who has become injured in sacrifice to this country, you should feel you’re being well provided for by the insurance company, and that you’ve been offered the best medical treatment available. Also, lost wages should be easily available for whatever time is necessary for you to recover from your injuries. Any depression and anxiety which is connected with your work injuries, or from returning to home, should be regarded as any other physical injury.
Our Dunwoody Defense Base Act Lawyer staff also represents longshoreman and dockworkers whose workers’ compensation benefits are paid under the Longshore and Harbor workers’ Compensation Act (“LHWCA”) and related Federal laws.
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Defense Base Act PTSD Claim Attorney
Our Dunwoody Defense Base Act Attorneys have had the privilege of successfully representing many employees before the Judges of the U.S. Department of Labor. Often trial is necessary in order to receive the full medical benefits and wage loss under the law. A whole case settlement is another option where once the injured worker obtains well qualified medical care, and can determine his future wage loss and medical expenses.
Our DBA Attorneys are passionately aggressive in trial as well as mediation in order to make sure that your case is settled at a price-point which is fair to the injured worker. We’re just as aggressive at preparing your case well before settlement or trial, with up to date medical reports, doctors’ opinions and deposition testimony.
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* Kenneth G. Franconero, Esquire is responsible for the content of this site. Mr. Franconero is licensed in NJ, PA, OH and FL. He is authorized to represent parties before the US Department of Labor throughout the US. Attorney's fees are governed by 33 USC Sec. 928. His primary business address is in Jupiter, FL
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