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BRB Overturn’s X Files Case ALJ Paul C Johnson and Dr John Dorland Griffith

Posted on October 27, 2010

“Rather, the administrative law judge was to assess the weight to be accorded to the medical evidence of record, without substituting his judgment for that of the physicians” Congratulations to Claimants Attorney Ralph R. Lorberbaum Zipperer, Lorberbaum & Beauvais Savannah, Georgia on a job well done.   TW v SEI BRB Decision 09-0573 The Benefit […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Medical Examinations, Department of Labor, Misjudgements, OALJ, PTSD and TBI, Racketeering | 8 Comments »

Dr John Dorland Griffith Exposed Case No. 2008-LDA-00287

Posted on June 30, 2010

U.S. Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges 800 K Street, NW, Suite 400-N Washington, DC 20001-8002 (202) 693-7300 (202) 693-7365 (FAX) Issue Date: 14 June 2010 In the Matter of DARCY FRASER Case No. 2008-LDA-00287 Claimant OWCP No. 02-174615 v. KBR/SERVICE EMPLOYEES INT’L Employer and INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA/AIG Carrier […]

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Dr. John Dorland Griffith Exposed, Publicly, Finally

Posted on June 29, 2010

Forwarded by a Contributor to the blog: Dr. John Dorland Griffith, Star of the DBA X Files,  AIG’s hired gun, Thank you, Judge Jeffrey Tureck, for confirming what we at  American Contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan  have been saying all along about Dr John Dorland Griffith at the DBA X-files. Dorothy Clay Sims you are […]

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Posted in ACE, AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Department of Labor, Follow the Money, KBR, PTSD and TBI | 17 Comments »

Deposition by telephone: Hello, are you there Dr. Griffith?

Posted on July 1, 2010

Does  AIG’s  discredited  Defense Medical Examiner Dr. John Dorland Griffith sit in on doctor’s  depositions that are done by telephone? Does he not announce his presence? Do the Defense Attorneys not admit on the record that someone else was listening in? How would you know if something like this had happened in a deposition on […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Department of Labor, Misjudgements, Political Watch, Racketeering | Leave a Comment »

Army Wants PTSD Clinicians to Stop Screening for Fakers: Chances are they are probably ailing

Posted on August 3, 2012

While even the military realizes the dangers of delaying and denying PTSD Diagnoses and Treatment The Defense Base Act Insurance Companies and their Overly Zealous Defense continue to brutally delay and deny diagnoses and treatment of PTSD to injured war zone contractors, most having served their country in the military. In fact they are still […]

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Posted in ACE, AIG and CNA, AWOL Medical Records, Chartis, Civilian Contractors, 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, Hope that I die, KBR, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, Melt Down, Political Watch, PTSD and TBI, Suicide, Veterans, Veterans Affairs | 2 Comments »

Congratulations Dorothy Clay Sims

Posted on July 5, 2011

Casey Anthony Trial : Not guilty verdict in death of daughter Caylee Dorothy Clay Sims, whose name DBA Claimants remember for her work in exposing AIG’s infamous Dr G ,Dr John Dorland Griffith, was a major part of the legal team that just secured a not guilty verdict in the Casey Anthony trial. See Dr. […]

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How far can you be sent to a Defense Medical Examination ?

Posted on March 29, 2011

Coercion: the act of compelling by force of authority Forcing an Injured Contractor to drive or fly far out their geographic area to go to Defense Medical Examinations which are falsely referred to as Independent Medical Examinations is among the most abusive tactics in the insurance companies arsenal. They are often aided by the Department […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Base Act Lawyers, Defense Medical Examinations, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, OALJ, Racketeering | 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 »

The DBA X Files: Unravelling the mysteries of the abducted PTSD cases

Posted on May 19, 2009

Thanks to American Contractors In Iraq for hosting the DBA X Files series The first episode Unravelling the mysteries of the abducted PTSD cases has just gone online   www.americancontractorsiniraq.org/XFiles.html The ALJ’s and DME’s come up with the  MOST BIZZARRE ideas and rulings !! The Department of Labor should be humiliated for allowing this science fiction to ruin […]

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Defense Base Act: The Weaponization of the Defense Medical Examination

Posted on May 15, 2012

The Defense Base Act Insurance Company is entitled to have Defense Base Act Claimants see a physician that they choose to provide them with a second opinion regards the injuries that you have filed a claim for.  These examinations are in no way Independent Medical Examinations as the Insurance Company and their Attorneys deceptively refer […]

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Posted in ACE, AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, DBA Attorneys Fees, Defense Base Act, Defense Base Act Attorneys, Defense Base Act Insurance, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Base Act Lawyers, Defense Medical Examinations, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Follow the Money, Independent Medical Examinations, LHWCA Longshore Harbor Workers Compesnation Act, Misjudgements, Political Watch, PTSD and TBI, Racketeering | 2 Comments »

AIG’s Fab Four Defense Medical Examination Doctors Take Another Hit

Posted on October 18, 2010

Not long before Dr. John Dorland Griffith was exposed Dr Bryan Drazner was Suspended from the easy money  Designated Doctor List in Texas, only not for long enough Update:  It was for long enough Official Order of the State of Texas Workers Compensation Drazner, Bryan Scott M.D. Dallas, TX Lic #J0945 On August 26, 2005, […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Defense Medical Examinations, Delay, Deny, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball | 1 Comment »

Veterans Administration and Department of Labor contract IME’s to company that does DME’s

Posted on July 8, 2010

We Call Foul, MES Solutions does Defense Medical Examinations for CNA but the DoL puts them in charge of Independent Medical Examinations that must not be done by doctors who work for insurance companies. Contractors are not the only ones our Government has sold out what is supposed to be an unbiased and fair medical […]

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Posted in AIG and CNA, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Defense Base Act Law and Procedure, Department of Labor, Dropping the DBA Ball, Hope that I die, Misjudgements, OALJ, Political Watch, Racketeering, Veterans Affairs | 1 Comment »

Armorgroup security guard Danny Fitzsimons to face court in Iraq

Posted on June 13, 2010

A British security guard facing the death penalty for murder in Baghdad has been declared mentally fit for trial in a ruling that paves the way for him to face court in August. Note:  Danny Fitzsimons was diagnosed with PTSD, drug and alcohol problems, and had a firearms charge pending when Armorgoup hired him to […]

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Posted in Armorgroup, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Casualties and Missing, Exclusive Remedy, Melt Down, PTSD and TBI | 3 Comments »

!! Junket Time in New Orleans !!

Posted on March 15, 2010

AIG, CNA, their defense lawyers and claims adjusters, their third party medical providers,  DoL ALJ’s, DoL District Directors  and some of the plaintiff’s lawyers gather for another Dol sponsored conference.  A few days to get to know each other better, discuss how to better “work together”…… Loyola Annual Longshore Conference 2010- Overwhelmingly for the Defense again […]

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Independent Medical Evaluations, AIG and CNA

Posted on May 9, 2009

For clarification of when an IME is called for  :  Independent Medical Evaluations under the Defense Base Act According to the Defense Base Act,  the employer carrier may request that the employee be examined by a doctor that they choose.  They may do this for each injury being claimed. This is called a Defense Medical Examination .   It […]

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