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Untreated PTSD Endangers Families and Others-Donald Henson a result of AIG’s Deadly Mistreatment of Injured Contractors

Posted on October 19, 2012

Accused Saco gunman had raised red flags The man’s wife had gotten a protection order and police saw disturbing signs before Tuesday’s standoff. Perhaps AIG and their claims adjusters, and their  attorneys should be arrested for this Portland Press Herald BIDDEFORD — The wife of a Saco man accused of shooting at her and her […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Insurance, Delay, Deny, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Hope that I die, Injured Contractors, Iraq, Melt Down, PTSD and TBI | 2 Comments »

Wade Dill AIG/KBR PTSD DBA Casualty July 16th, 2006

Posted on July 15, 2012

After many years of surviving an extremely abusive and Overly Zealous Defense Wade Dill’s  family was finally provided death benefits under the Defense Base Act These benefits were recently taken away by the Benefits Review Board when Attorney Bruce Nicholson, who was actively pursuing a settlement with KBR/AIG’s Attorney Michael Thomas, had a contract with […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, AWOL Medical Records, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Insurance, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Base Act Lawyers, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Iraq, KBR, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, Misjudgements, PTSD and TBI, Racketeering, T Christian Miller, Veterans, War Hazards Act | 3 Comments »

Dan Hoagland’s Death Sentence at the hands of AIG’s Overly Zealous Defense

Posted on July 4, 2012

Injured War Zone Contractor Dan Hoagland shares his story of medical treatment denied  by KBR/AIG resulting in a death sentence by Cancer with Sean Calleb. Scott Bloch, Defense Base Act Attorney tells the truth about the Defense Base Act Insurance Scandal and our Defense Base Act Class Action Lawsuit. Join our Defense Base Act Class […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, AWOL Medical Records, Cancer, Chartis, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Insurance, Defense Base Act Lawyers, Delay, Deny, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Hope that I die, Interviews with Injured War Zone Contractors, Iraq, KBR, Misjudgements | 9 Comments »

AIG to pay $146.5M for workers compensation settlement

Posted on June 5, 2012

Associated Press at WJLA Tallahassee  June 5, 2012 American International Group Inc. and its affiliates have agreed to pay $146.5 million to all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia to settle a complaint that it misreported billions of dollars in workers compensation premiums in past years Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty, whose state […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Defense Base Act, Department of Labor, Follow the Money | 4 Comments »

AIG/Chartis stops writing excess workers’ comp

Posted on March 28, 2012

It had previously been predicted elsewhere that the DBA Insurance Companies would begin to crash as they lost the huge premiums they were taking in for Contractors working in the War Zones. Take the money and run Best Week Press Release Big changes lie ahead for the excess workers’ compensation line, as the third-largest writer […]

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All’s Fair in Love and AIG WAR? No Ethics ?

Posted on March 14, 2012

Defense Base Act Claimants really are in another War Zone when they must file a DBA Claim. As it turns out many, too many, of the Plaintiff’s own Attorneys are aiding and abetting the enemy Last January ALJ  Berlin awarded the Dill Widow DBA Death Benefits in a very important PTSD/Suicide Claim. This claim was […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, AWOL Medical Records, Chartis, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Insurance, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Base Act Lawyers, Defense Medical Examinations, Delay, Deny, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Follow the Money, Iraq, KBR, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, Misjudgements, Political Watch, PTSD and TBI, Suicide | 3 Comments »

AIG Spending $153 million on Shariah just fine

Posted on January 31, 2012

“even the district court had to concede that after cash-strapped AIG received billions of dollars in taxpayer money … it provided two of its SCF [Shariah-compliant} subsidiaries with at least $153 million.” WND January 30, 2012 The decision from a federal judge who suggested $153 million of U.S. taxpayer money spent supporting Islamic Shariah really […]

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Court OKs AIG’s $450 million workers comp settlement

Posted on January 17, 2012

A good recovery, but the settlement leaves a potential $550 million in unrecovered funds Rueters December 27, 2011 A federal judge has approved American International Group Inc’s (AIG.N) $450 million settlement with rival insurers to end litigation accusing AIG of underreporting premiums on workers’ compensation policies. AIG will make the payment after rivals accused it […]

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Blackwater/Xe Services Hires Former Counsel for AIG

Posted on September 6, 2011

This speaks for itself: Wherever Suzanne Folsom goes, it seems that trouble swirls around her. But it is the breadth of her experiences that led Xe Services—the private security company and military contractor formerly called Blackwater Worldwide—to hire her as its first chief regulatory/compliance officer and deputy general counsel. Folsom embraces the idea of rebuilding […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Blackwater, Civilian Contractors, Follow the Money, Political Watch, Xe | 2 Comments »

Injured Blackwater Xe war contractor approved for treatment by AIG

Posted on June 16, 2011

Bravo to Kevin Graman for exposing AIG’s  dangerous “risk management” practices. We too hope it is not too late for Jennifer as it has been for so many who have come before her. A Big Salute to you both !! Kevin Graman The Spokesman Review  June 16, 2011 A Spokane-area woman who was injured by […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Blackwater, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Insurance, Defense Medical Examinations, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Follow the Money, Hope that I die, Interviews with Injured War Zone Contractors, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, PTSD and TBI | 1 Comment »

Blackwater Gets ‘Too Big To Fail,’ Hires AIG Castoff

Posted on June 13, 2011

Nothing says, “We’re through with scandal!” quite like hiring a former executive from one of the country’s leading economic bloodsuckers. by Spencer Ackerman at Wired’s Danger Room Blackwater — sorry, Xe Services — really wants to turn the PR page from the bad old days of Nisour Square, when the infamous private security firm’s guards […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Blackwater, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, Xe | 3 Comments »

CNA and AIG failure to provide medical despite ALJ/DoL orders

Posted on April 4, 2011

Reckless endangerment of lives by CNA and AIG refusing to provide court ordered necessary medical and psychological care. Contact us if you fall into this category dbacasualty@yahoo.com for an upcoming news story

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, OALJ, PTSD and TBI, Racketeering | 1 Comment »

CNA, AIG, ACE Ignore the PTSD Family

Posted on March 5, 2011

“To see the man inside the trauma, to think that love can overcome what war has rendered, to be the enemy of the man who professes to love you … it is a hard, hard love to have. It is isolating beyond anything I have ever experienced. The men have the VA. The spouses have […]

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Posted in ACE, AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Hope that I die, Injured Contractors, PTSD and TBI, Veterans Affairs | 1 Comment »

Dr Lawrence Blumberg used by AIG

Posted on February 16, 2011

Dr Lawrence Blumberg or MCN Info Please I am asking in this forum as well as the federal forum because MCN is from Oregon or Washington. MCN(Medical Consultants Network) set up a second opinion appointment for me. I live in the Tampa Bay area and they flew Dr Lawrence Blumberg in from Miami. He refused […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Defense Medical Examinations | 2 Comments »

DME Doctor Alert: Another AIG Expert Witness

Posted on February 14, 2011

See Also Doctors who Work for Insurance Companies In January alone two Injured Contractors had their cases denied by the BRB where this doctors reports were utilized. Jeffrey Richmond, M.D. (Medical Reports) Dr. Richmond is Board-certified in orthopaedic surgery. This doctor who does DME’s for AIG caused at least two back injury claimants to lose […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Medical Examinations, Department of Labor, Injured Contractors, Misjudgements | 4 Comments »