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Intimidation Tactics by CNA Claims Adjusters and Third Party Medical Providers

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on August 16, 2010

Disclaimer:  This post is regards those injured contractors who were so badly mutilated and incapacitated that they required home health care services after leaving the hospital.  Also those injured contractors in UK, South  Africa, and Australia that CNA calls their Tacticor Dogs on.  These abusive tactics are not limited to CNA, but today, we aim directly at them.  May they get what is due them.

We’re betting that none of you injured contractors or your  family members ever dreamed that in the event you or you loved one was injured in Iraq or Afghanistan that the Cost Cutting Risk Managers at CNA were going to attempt to control your life and your health care.

We have thoroughly read through the LHWCA and DBA and nowhere does it say that DBA Insurance is a HMO or any other kind of managed medical plan.  Nor does it say they can make medical decisions for you.

But trust that as soon as CNA is notified that you are injured you now have double trouble.  CNA now has control of your health care, not to mention your finances, under the pretense of being qualified to determine what kind of medical care you require.  Never mind what the doctor ordered.

If CNA is intimidating your wife and family by threatening to have you removed from your home because your family is questioning the health care and the third party medical provider about the services you are enduring


This is a standard intimidation tactic used by CNA

You do not have to allow them into your home, you do not have to allow them in the examining room at the doctors office.  You may choose your own doctor, not Tacticor’s, not CNA’s.

You did not become their property, do not have to put up with their intimidation tactics and harassment.

Video, record, and email, no telephone calls that cannot be documented.

Remember, if you are this badly injured your death benefits, if your family ever gets them, are worth much less than your long term care…….

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