US Continues to Rely Upon Private Military Contractors to Support Troops in Middle East

Recently, President Barack Obama has announce a slowing of U.S. Troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. Instead of the planned withdrawal down to 5,500 troops, the level will only be reduced to

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At Kenneth G. Franconero, PLLC, we are often asked by our DBA clients, why it takes so long to obtain medical treatment and wage loss checks. First and foremost, a

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If you or a loved one has been injured while working overseas as a government contractor, you have probably become very familiar with the Defense Base Act. As you should

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Coming home from a tour working overseas for the government can be a difficult process, even if things went well. Many people deal with emotional burdens, regardless of whether or

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Last week, we started to talk about how under-appreciated military contractors are. Although they often do the same types of jobs that soldiers do, they receive very little gratitude. Speeches

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When people talk about honoring the soldiers who sacrificed for our country overseas, they are generally referring to just the soldiers themselves. Many of these brave men and women have

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A serious disagreement between the national government in Afghanistan and at least 3 of the largest defense contractors operating in that country threatens to lead to major upheaval in the

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